On April 3, 2023, The [F]law and the Systemic Justice Project (in collaboration with Harvard Law and Political Economy) held a roundtable discussion focusing on the problems with conventional legal journalism. The participants were Jay Willis (Balls & Strikes), Mark Joseph Stern

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