Legal As She Is Spoke

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Students in New York Law School's Program in Law and Journalism look at legal stories in the mainstream news media, evaluate the reporting, and probe further, questioning facts and statements in the coverage that someone who hasn't studied law might take at face value.

Author: This blog is an online project of the Program in Law and Journalism at New York Law School. Jethro K. Lieberman, vice president of academic publishing is the blawg's publisher, and adjunct professor Michelle Zierler is its editor. Students in the program make up the editorial and research staff. Among the student contributors are Noah Forrest, Shannon Moody, José Ortiz, Halina Schiffman-Shilo and Courtney Weinstein.

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