On Monday, April 9, The Salt Lake Tribune covered efforts by the U’s Honors Think Tank on Transparency and Privacy to encourage local governments to embrace five principles of open government that think tank students developed in a yearlong study.
Among others, the article quoted Randy Dryer, an adjunct professor at the College of Law and full-time think tank professor, who contributed his knowledge of First Amendment issues to the effort.
Valeri Craigle, Assistant Librarian at the College of Law library, was co-instructor of the course.
To read the Tribune article, “U. students to local governments: Be more open,” click here.