Tuesday, March 20, 2018

"A First Amendment for All? Free Expression in an Age of Inequality"

David Pozen

Readers in the New York area: The Columbia Law Review will be holding a day-long symposium this Friday, March 23, that asks how First Amendment law might be reimagined for a present and future of mounting economic inequality and authoritarian challenges to democratic norms. The panels are organized around works-in-progress by Jack Balkin, Catherine Fisk, Leslie Kendrick, Genevieve Lakier, Jed Purdy, Bertrall Ross, and Mike Seidman. (Fisk’s and Seidman’s drafts are already online; all of the papers will be available in hard copy at the event.) More information about the symposium, which is cosponsored by the Knight First Amendment Institute and the Center for Constitutional Governance, can be found here. It is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

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