Caplan, Lincoln
October 1995
New Republic;10/23/95, Vol. 213 Issue 17, p18
Points out that the media's coverage of the criminal trial of African American sport celebrity O. J. Simpson is an illustration of the failure of legal journalism in the U.S. Description of the media's coverage of the jury trial; Difference between the old and new legal journalism in the country; Hallmarks of legal journalism shaped by the magazine "The American Lawyer."


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