Hofstra Law Review


The article explores the challenges law schools face in addressing speech norms and the increasing polarization of national politics and culture. It argues that the disagreements over speech norms are part of broader political transformations and should be seen as an inevitable aspect of societal change. The article suggests the need for law schools to navigate these issues by considering the political and pedagogical dimensions, and addressing the distribution of resources and opportunities.

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