As part of the works-in-progress program at the front end of the conference, I presented the most recent iteration of my work on access to information law, comparing private-sector transparency and accountability measures in South Africa with selected standards in Europe.
The panel was moderated by Missouri’s Mekonnen Ayano, a Harvard doctoral graduate and formerly an Ethiopian judge and World Bank legal counsel. University of Missouri Dean Lyrissa Lidsky, an accomplished media law scholar, attended and live-tweeted the panel.
[UPDATE: Vainly adding photos with me in them, courtesy of Mizzou Law.]
|Prof. Maxeiner and I listen in the lecture hall.|
|I puzzle over dinner options.|
|I ramble about ATI in Africa with the generous ear of moderator Prof. Ayano.|