Hofstra Law Review


Len Niehoff


The article explores the complexities surrounding free speech in law schools, highlighting the challenges and controversies that arise in relation to guest speakers, student protests, student group agendas, faculty expression, and speech on student listservs. The author argues that understanding the dynamics of free speech in law schools requires considering factors such as the nature of private law schools, the suspension of authenticity, and the diverse life experiences of students.

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