Espionage Act

A Flaw in the Attorney General’s Policy Against Seizing Reporters’ Records

by

Aug 11th, 2021

It’s Assange in the Dock, But It’s National Security Journalism on Trial

by

Sep 30th, 2020

The Espionage Act Reform Bill Addresses Key Press Concerns

by and

Mar 18th, 2020

Assange’s Indictment: A Threat to Everyone

by and

Jun 27th, 2019

Balancing the Law and Reporting: Reflections on the Assange Indictment and What It Means for Journalists

by

Jun 12th, 2019

L’Affaire d’Assange: Why His Extradition May Be Blocked

by

Jun 7th, 2019

Assange May Have Committed a Crime, But the Espionage Act Is the Wrong Law to Prosecute

by

Jun 4th, 2019

Indictment of Assange for Espionage Directly Threatens Press Freedoms

by

May 23rd, 2019

Assange Indictment Is Shot Across the Bow of Press Freedom

by and

Apr 11th, 2019

Conscientious Objectors and Whistleblowers: Sentencing Should Recognize First Amendment Interests

by

Oct 18th, 2018

Don’t Be So Quick to Call Those Disclosures “Legal”

by

May 17th, 2017

United States v. Glenn Greenwald?

by

Apr 11th, 2014

Journalism and/as Espionage: A Surreply to Gabriel Schoenfeld

by

Oct 2nd, 2013

Gabriel Schoenfeld Responds to Lederman and Vladeck

by

Oct 2nd, 2013

Why David Miranda’s Case Is Harder Than It Looks

by

Sep 26th, 2013

Are Journalists in Danger of Prosecution for Espionage?

by

Sep 25th, 2013

The Espionage Act and the Press: A Short Response to Gabe Schoenfeld

by

Sep 24th, 2013

The Espionage Act and National Security Reporting

by

Sep 24th, 2013