March 15, 2022
Durkin v. Marlan: How a Journalist’s Article Landed Her in a Legal Battle
When covering the case of a local lawsuit, a Capital Daily journalist found herself in a suit for defamation and privacy tort.
February 9, 2022
Welcome to the Spring 2022 Semester: An AJO Newsletter
A look ahead at the upcoming spring 2022 semester here at NYU's AJO program.
January 30, 2022
Wiretapping in Italy—Places, Journalists, and Sources at Risk
(FLORENCE, Italy) — Protecting sources is one of the foundational elements of journalistic work. However, the extent of protection provided […]
January 23, 2022
How a Catholic Priest Was Outed Using His Own Private Data
A look at the ethical ramifications of using "commercially available" data to out someone in the name of hypocrisy.
January 11, 2022
Podcast: Journalism / Mythinformation withJane Lytvynenko
Journalism / Mythinformation is a podcast that focuses on journalists of today and the challenges they face during this era […]