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> We are members of Yale Law School’s newly launched Media Freedom and Information Access Practicum (MFIA), an initiative of the Information Society Project and the Knight Law & Media Program. The Practicum is a team of student practitioners dedicated to increasing government transparency and supporting both traditional and emerging forms of newsgathering through impact litigation and policy work. More information about the Practicum is available here: http://www.law.yale.edu/news/11200.htm.
> One of our inaugural projects is a YouTube campaign to educate journalists on legal issues they might encounter in their work. To address the most relevant, timely issues of concern, we hope that you will consider sending us a list of legal issues you about which you are most interested in learning. Examples could include state and federal freedom of information issues, online anonymity, or defamation, among others. Any input you have on the issues of importance to citizen, freelance, and traditional journalists would be greatly appreciated.
> Please email your responses to noorain.khan@yale.edu <mailto:noorain.khan@yale.edu> or nabiha.syed@yale.edu <mailto:nabiha.syed@yale.edu> by Thursday, February 25th. Feel free to forward this email to others that may be interested. _We would especially appreciate it if you could send this message out to your list. _
> If you have any questions about the Practicum or this specific project, please do not hesitate to contact us.
> Kind Regards,
> Noorain Khan & Nabiha Syed

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