Hofstra Law Review


Robert Post


The author argues that framing the tension in American law schools as a freedom of expression issue is unhelpful and inaccurate.It suggest that the core issue lies in the pedagogical question of how best to achieve the educational mission of law schools. It also mentions that the principles of free speech, which are essential for democratic self-governance. The author emphasizes the importance of empathy, and creative educational interventions in navigating the challenges faced by law schools.

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