The Harrisburg campus will serve as the venue for a program on Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know law this week.
The hour-long panel discussion will take place Friday, April 12
in room L205
and is open to the law school community as well as the general public. Panelists will include Professor John L. Gedid
, director of the Law & Government Institute
, Terry Mutchler, executive director of the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records, Craig Staudenmaier, attorney at Nauman, Smith, Shissler & Hall, LLP, and Simon Campbell, citizen requester for the Office of Open Records.
The discussion is presented by Pennsylvania Cable Network
in cooperation with Widener Law. PCN will record the program and broadcast it statewide on Friday, April 12
at 7 p.m.
The Right-to-Know law provides the right of access to public information about Pennsylvania government. To learn more about it, visit openrecords.state.pa.us
.Editor's Note: Widener Law alumnus James Schultz '98, chief general counsel to Gov. Tom Corbett, was originally scheduled to be a panelist for the program but will be unable to attend.Standard Disclaimer for External Links