Symposium on Margaret Kwoka’s ‘Saving the Freedom of Information Act’
The Yale Journal on Regulation hosted a symposium on Margaret B. Kwoka of Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law’s recent book Saving the Freedom of Information Act, an empirical study of the Freedom of Information Act and solutions on how to re-center the Act’s purpose.
The two-week symposium posted daily comments from legal scholars and practitioners exploring Kwoka’s work and implications.
The full symposium may be viewed here.
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