David Schulz, an attorney who has fought for journalists and news organizations for three decades, will be at the University of Minnesota in October to give a speech on government transparency and press access.
Schulz has been involved with some of the biggest transparency cases of our time. He advised The New York Times on the WikiLeaks disclosures and The Guardian on the Edward Snowden release of government information. He has also argued for press access to the Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay.
Schulz joins The Daily Circuit to discuss press access, why it matters and where to draw the line.
The 2014 Silha Lecture at the University of Minnesota, "See No Evil: Why We Need A New Approach To Government Transparency" is Oct. 6. The event is free and open to the public.