Nancy Hamilton’s Notes: Thoughts on the Writers Guild Strike
One of the delights of practicing trial law, particularly in the First Amendment arena, is that every case is different. Just when you think you’ve seen a lot, something different comes along. Last week had a first for me. I watched my newspaper-reporter client testify as a government witness.
Winners & Losers: The Pursuit of Perfection
Our roving media attorney writes a monthly column (republished here by permission) for SportsTravel magazine. This month’s topic: The Pursuit of Perfection — Proving that a coach really does matter, Bill Belichick keeps the Patriots from winning a nation’s love.
100 Years of History
2003: JW is the first participant in the ABA’s Media internship for minority attorneys, sending an attorney to the Tribune Company in Chicago for a six-week internship.
— Jackson Walker’s Media Practice: 100 Years of History
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