Jonathan Peters and Frank LoMonte

Jonathan Peters, a media lawyer and Missouri School of Journalism fellow, has written for Slate, The Nation, and Wired. Frank LoMonte, a former litigator and law clerk with two federal judges, is the executive director of the Student Press Law Center in Washington, D.C., and has written for the National Law Journal, the The Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Tampa Bay Times.

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