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Sunday, April 12 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Getting the Shot Without Getting Shot

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In Ferguson, MO, and throughout the country, videographers and photographers are clashing with law enforcement over access, despite recent court rulings reaffirming the First Amendment right to record. How can journalists stay safe and get the access they need? What remedies do they have if police overreach? And what's myth and what's reality about "privacy rights" when recording in public? The panel will be populated by academics/attorneys, a representative of the Student Press Law Center along with others having first-hand experience on the issues to be addressed. 
Moderator: Frank D. LoMonte, Esq., Executive Director, Student Press Law Center

Panelists: Kim Zarkin, Westminster College
Mickey H. Osterreicher, Esq., General Counsel, National Press Photographers Association

Stephen Bates, University of Nevada



Sunday April 12, 2015 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Pavilion 2

Attendees (32)