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Criminal Law and Justice

SOF Luncheon: Trial by the Masses: In Conversation with Rabia Chaudry

It is often said that media acts as the fourth pillar of democracy in that it informs and educates citizens so that they are critically aware of events taking place around them. A free and open press can give citizens the transparency they need to help preserve democracy and constitutional rights. How are new modern investigative journalism formats such as the podcasts Serial and Undisclosed, or the television series Making of a Murderer, impacting democracy and the criminal justice system today?

Please join us for this┬áSOF Luncheon: Trial by the Masses: Modern Investigative Reporting’s Impact on Criminal Justice with Rabia Chaudry,Jennings Randolph Senior Fellow, United States Institute of Peace, and Charlie Firestone, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program.

Cost: $25/participant

*This event is by invitation only.

Event information
Date
Fri Jul 15, 2016
12:30pm - 2:30pm GMT+0000
Location
Aspen Meadows Campus
Doerr-Hosier Center
Aspen, CO