Commentary
No one disputes that open courts are a hallmark of a democratic society. But media lawyer Alan Shanoff, writing the June 14, 2008 edition of the Law Times, says it’s time to stop paying lip service to this principle and to rethink the many roadblocks the legal system throws in the way of openness.

Commentary
No one disputes that open courts are a hallmark of a democratic society. But media lawyer Alan Shanoff, writing the June 14, 2008 edition of the Law Times, says it’s time to stop paying lip service to this principle and to rethink the many roadblocks the legal system throws in the way of openness.

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