David McCraw '92, vice president and assistant counsel for The New York Times Company, returned to campus on Thursday, Jan. 17, as the Spring 2013 Alumnus in Residence.
View his talk online here.
McCraw gave a talk, "Law and Disorder: Wikileaks and the Future of Information Freedom," at 4:00 p.m. that day in Room 200 of the 1928 building. CLE credit was available for attendees.
As Alumnus in Residence, McCraw also met throughout the day with Albany Law School students, faculty and staff.
In his current position, McCraw is responsible for litigation and for providing legal counsel to the newsrooms of The New York Times, The Boston Globe and the company’s other newspapers and websites. He serves as lead legal counsel for the company's freedom-of-information (FOI) litigation and has represented the newspaper in more than a dozen FOI lawsuits.