First Amendment Rights

April 15, 2020
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Gender Neutral Pronouns and College Campuses

With so much being written and said about gender identity in the last few years, the use of gender-neutral pronouns was bound to become a hot button issue on college campuses around the United States.  Indeed, students’ desire to be addressed by the gender pronoun with which they most closely identify has led to a new protocol on campuses that challenges free speech notions and longstanding gender biases. Harvard Enters the Discussion The debate came into focus again last fall […]
April 3, 2019
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Is Social Media Inadvertently Drawing Up New Legal Boundaries?

Who new in the early days of social platforms like Friendster and Myspace that their successors would provide the staging grounds for legal battles that test our constitutional limits and place new checks on high profile CEOs and even world leaders? To understand where we are in the evolution of social media and the law, one might need merely to follow the twitter feeds of Elon Musk or Donald Trump. Elon Musk seems to enjoy appearing in court almost as […]
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