After extensive study, Duke Law students traveled to Ghana to meet with stakeholders as the country considers legislation governing press freedom. The seminar and trip were developed and led by Professor Joseph Blocher, a constitutional scholar who spent a year in Ghana as a Fulbright Scholar before attending law school.
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