The Shadow
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The Shadow

Paradise Lost?

Years ago, when we were representing the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, we conducted a national study of retired judges to examine the influence of media upon their decisions. No longer contained by the sanctity of their robes, they were free to be more transparent — “Of course we were influenced by what we read in the media,” came the unvarnished responses. The judiciary may be the Third Estate in the realm, but it is certainly affected by the Fourth.

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Richard Levick

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Richard Levick is Chairman and CEO of @LEVICK, a leading global communications and public affairs firm.

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