Back when Terry Mutchler was spending late nights at The Daily Collegian or rushing across campus to make an 8 a.m. class, she never imagined she would someday return to speak at Penn State.
On Wednesday, the 1993 graduate, an expert in open government and freedom of information matters, returned to do just that.
Mutchler leads the transparency practice at Philadelphia’s Pepper Hamilton law firm. The firm is at the center of document issues in multiple lawsuits related to the Jerry Sandusky case.
She focused her speech not only on the need for transparency in government, but also on the occasional benefits of confidentiality. She said nothing is wrong with privacy when it is warranted. Continue…