National Center for the Courts and Media
This Center seeks to provide the appropriate atmosphere and facilities for continuing debates and discussions among journalists and judges on the relationship between the two. It helps to facilitate the understanding and appreciation between the judiciary and the media.
The Center provides a physical space for courses for 1) judges to learn more about the media and its operations and how to deal with the media in given circumstances and 2) for journalists, particularly journalists newly assigned the legal beat, and journalism students seeking to specialize in legal reporting.
This program is managed by the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism with consultation from the National Judicial College, housed at the University of Nevada, Reno. It also serves as a resource center for journalists who need sources for stories they are writing or editing.
Mail Stop 358
University of Nevada-Reno
Reno, NV 89557
- journalism students