Hofstra Law Review


Thomas Healy


In this symposium essay responding to the handwringing about free speech at law schools, I defend law students against the charge of illiberalism, consider whether my fellow aging liberals are turning into their parents, and look to Russian literature for insights about intergenerational conflict. I also reference Robert Frost and The Who.

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