Universities’ Competing Free Speech Obligations Need Untangling

CATEGORY: Authored Articles
CLIENT TYPE: Private Education, Public Education
PUBLICATION: Bloomberg Law
DATE: Feb 27, 2024

Recently published in Bloomberg Law, LCW Senior Counsel David A. Urban and Attorney Gabriella Kamran examine laws on free speech and harassment that universities must consider. In their analysis, Urban and Kamran discuss the complexities surrounding public and private educational institutions’ obligations, from adhering to the First Amendment while addressing harassment and discrimination to the challenges of enforcing policies consistently. Their evaluation underscores the importance of nuanced approaches rooted in legal principles to safeguard both free expression and individuals’ rights in academic settings.

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