Hofstra Law Review


The article discusses the state of freedom of expression in American law schools and argues for a shift in perspective. The author suggests that the problem is not necessarily speech suppression, but rather speech timidity among students.It mentions that by training students in courageous speech, exposing them to controversial ideas, creating safer classroom environments, and recognizing that freedom of expression is connected to mental health.

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