Judge Wallach explains to law grads the role of the press

Federal Judge Evan Wallach — who once represented the press in Nevada, including the Las Vegas newspaper while I was editor — recently gave an hour-long commencement address for the Master of Law graduates at Berkeley School of Law. He spoke about honor and truth the roles of lawyers and judges. The full speech is worth your time. But I’ve clipped a three-and-a-half minute segment specifically about the role of the press:

3 comments on “Judge Wallach explains to law grads the role of the press

  1. John Smith says:

    Thank you

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Bill says:

    The Press, the Law and the politicians should all be dedicated to honesty and truth….”Aye, thee’s the rub”.

  3. Bill says:

    Noble words, noble aims. The Press, the Law, the government employees, the Citizenry and the Politicians should all be dedicated to openness, honesty and truth.

    Aye, there’s the rub.

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