David A. Schulz, heads the New York office of Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP, where he represents news and entertainment organizations in their newsgathering and content related litigation. Among other significant matters, Mr. Schulz has argued precedent-setting cases establishing the constitutional right of access to jury selection procedures, pre-trial motions, and court dockets, and prevailed in FOIA lawsuits to compel the release of information about the detainees held at Guantanamo Bay and the military service records of President George W. Bush. Mr. Schulz is co-director of Yale Law School's Media Freedom and Information Access clinic and is a Lecturer in Law at Columbia Law School. He regularly writes and speaks on First Amendment and media law issues. For many years he co-chaired a biennial conference on "Newsgathering and Libel Litigation," sponsored by the Practicing Law Institute, and he served as a charter member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Protective Orders, Confidentiality & Public Access. Mr. Schulz is a public member of the New York Committee on Open Government, and chair of the Intellectual Property Council of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Mr. Schulz is a graduate of Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, where he now serves as a GeneralTrustee. He received his law degree from Yale Law School and a master's degree in economics from Yale University.