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The Relationship Between Access to the Supreme Court and Public Und...
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Today we will be talking with Eric Segall, the Kathy and Lawrence Ashe Professor of Law at Georgia State University College of Law, about the relationship between greater access to the Court, its records and proceedings, and public understanding of the Court and its history. We’d like to note that ConSource takes no position with respect to cameras in the courtroom or greater Supreme Court transparency. We are simply hosting a conversation about this timely issue as it relates to preserving historical records and facilitating civic education.

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