November 9, 2017, 5:00pm
Freedom of the Press and National Security in the Era of Trump: Reconciling Competing Values in Democratic Governance
Presenter: Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law- University of Pennsylvania
Participants: Laura Handman, Esq., Jason Risen, Charlie Savage, Jeffrey Rosen, Claire Finkelstein
Location: National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Journalists and the government have a shared responsibility to protect the autonomy of the press, to keep the public duly informed, and to ensure accurate coverage of important issues affecting U.S. security. They must also grapple with the competing responsibilities to protect classified information from disclosure and to safeguard the public from deliberate misinformation or "fake news." A distinguished panel will share and debate views on these issues in a moderated discussion.

Panelists:

Laura Handman, Esq.: Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
James Risen: Investigative Journalist, The Intercept and First Look Media
Charle Savage: Washington Correspondent, The New York Times

Moderator:

Jeffrey Rosen: President and Ceo, National Constitution Center

Introduction by:

Claire Finkelstein: Co-Founder and Faculty Director of CERI, Algernon Biddle Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania

Registration is strongly encouraged; no fee required.

Open to the public; seats are first come, first served.