Justice & Journalism Speaker Series with Mary Louise Kelly

Justice & Journalism Speaker Series with Mary Louise Kelly


Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 5:30pm


Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property at UNH School of Law (Intersection of Washington St and Rumford St)

RSVP by April 26

New Hampshire Public Radio and the UNH School of Law come together to bring you another event in their series, Justice & Journalism. This series presents a range of speakers to discuss the intersection of justice and journalism. 

Mary Louise Kelly is national security correspondent for NPR News. Her reporting tracks the CIA and other spy agencies, terrorism, wars, and rising nuclear powers. As part of the national security team, she has traveled extensively to investigate foreign policy and military issues. Kelly's assignments have taken her from the Khyber Pass to mosques in Hamburg, and from grimy Belfast bars to the deserts of Iraq. In addition to reporting, she serves as a guest host for NPR News programs. Her first assignment at NPR was senior editor of the award-winning afternoon newsmagazine, All Things Considered.

Kelly graduated from Harvard University in 1993 with degrees in government and French language and literature. Two years later, she completed a master's degree in European Studies at Cambridge University in England.

She will be in conversation with NHPR’s Laura Knoy. Audience questions will be encouraged.

Tickets are complimentary, reservations are required and space is limited. 

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