Hofstra Law Review


The article focuses on the free expression jurisprudence developed by Justice Louis D. Brandeis and its application to institutions of higher learning, specifically law schools. Topics include the doctrine of protecting expression, the role of institutions in promoting free speech, and the challenges faced by institutional leaders in navigating difficult conversations.

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