Courts & Media
We are pleased to provide a listing of articles and speeches below that were published as a result of the Reynolds National Center for Courts and Media (RNCCM). After thoughtful consideration, future publication of the Reynolds Courts & Media Law Journal has been suspended indefinitely. However, previous issues can be accessed here:
- 3.1 Fall 2013/Winter 2014
- 2.3 Fall/Winter 2012
- 2.2 Spring 2012
- 2.1 Winter 2012
- 1.4 Fall 2011
- 1.3 Summer 2011
- 1.2 Spring 2011
- 1.1 Winter 2011
The National Judicial College was proud to have most recently partnered with the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno on the Center for Courts and Media. We are grateful for the generous support of the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation who made the Center possible. Additional support was provided by donors to the Rollan D. Melton Fund, an endowment named for former NJC Trustee and Nevada journalist. The Fund will assist the College with carrying on the work of the Center in Rollan Melton’s name in perpetuity.
A new initiative that the College is developing involves preparing judges to handle intense media interest cases. Most high-profile cases do not involve the attention that the O. J. Simpson case generated. However, many cases are just as complex and involve high local attention. The National Judicial College has the faculty and expertise to assist judges involved in high profile cases. Stay tuned for additional information.
For further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your continued support.
Hon. Chad C. Schmucker, President
The National Judicial College
Courts & Media Resources and Links
Articles and Speeches
- Extrajudicial Speech: Judicial Ethics in the New Media, Hon. Brian MacKenzie
- What Journalists Want; How the Courts Can Help American Judges Conf. October 2, 2012
- Ben Holden, Money For Medicine Madness: Hizzoner hits a headline, Reno Gazette-Journal, Dec. 3, 2011
- Tony Mauro, Let the cameras roll: Cameras in the courtroom and the myth of Supreme Court exceptionalism, National Law Journal, Nov. 14, 2011.
- Ben Holden, Greater transparency could bolster public’s faith in trial verdicts, Houston Chronicle, Nov. 8, 2011.
- Eric P. Robinson, Cameras roll in new federal court experiment, Brechner Report (Brechner Center for Freedom of Information, University of Florida), Oct. 2011.
- Ben Holden, Conrad Murray Trial, Week 1: A Report from the Press Gallery (Oct. 2011).
- Media cameras are the quiet observers of the Jackson trial, Keene (N.H.) Sentinel, Oct. 5, 2011)
- Cameras: Quiet observers at the trial, Miami Herald (Oct. 4, 2011)
- Eric P. Robinson, New California Law Prohibits Jurors’ Social Media Use, MLRC MediaLawLetter, Sept. 2011, p. 45
- Eric P. Robinson, Jury Instructions for the Modern Age: A 50-State Survey of Jury Instructions on Internet and Social Media, 1 Reynolds Cts. & Media L. J. 307 (Summer 2011)
- Ben Holden, Legal community working to find solution for anonymous bloggers (March 2011)
- Fighting Online Libel . . . Implementing a Coherent and Accessible New Legal Standard, Of Counsel (June 2011)
- Gary A. Hengstler, Sheppard v. Maxwell Revisited: Do Traditional Rules Work for Nontraditional Media, 71 Law & Contemp. Probs. 171 (2008)
- Bridging the Great Divide: A Symposium on the State of Legal Journalism: Courting Better Relationships Between Judges and Journalists, 56 Syracuse L. Rev. 419 (2006)
- Gary A. Hengstler, Training Court Personnel Overseas, Courts Today magazine, May/June 2006
- Initiating and Maintaining a Constructive Dialogue: A Workbook for Judges and Journalists
Articles About the Courts & Media Center
- Anayat Durrani, Lights and cameras; Tweets and Google, Plaintiff magazine (“The Magazine for Northern California Plaintiffs’ Attorneys”), Nov. 2011, pp. 20-25
- Ameet Sachdev, Cracking down on courtroom networking, Chicago Tribune, Oct. 30, 2011
- “Defamation Online,” segment of Think Out Loud, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Oct. 13, 2011
- Sally Ho, Oregon’s first Twitter libel lawsuit pits Tigard doctor against Portland blogger, The Oregonian, Oct. 10, 2011
- Steve Silver, Freedom of Speech Isn’t Free For Professional Athletes, The Legal Blitz (blog), Oct. 1, 2011
- Andrew Shain, Twitter a new playing field for USC athletes, The State (Columbia, S.C.), Aug. 26, 2011
- Amanda Coyne, A trial 140 characters at a time, Alaska Dispatch, May 22, 2011
- “We All Live in a Patent Submarine,” This Week in Law webcast, Jan. 22, 2011
- Bob Kalinowski, Mistrial by Internet a growing concern, (Scranton, Pa.) Citizen’s Voice, Jan. 15, 2011
- Josh Farley, Online News-Story Commenters Face Scrutiny As Would-Be Jurors, Kitsap (Wash.) Sun, Oct. 30, 2010
- William Glaberson, A Grisly Murder Trial, in 140-Character Bits, New York Times, Oct. 15, 2010