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Constitutional Law

2013

First Amendment

SJ Quinney College of Law, University of Utah

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Lawyers, Clients, And Constitutional Rights, Jason Mazzone Jan 2013

Lawyers, Clients, And Constitutional Rights, Jason Mazzone

Utah OnLaw: The Utah Law Review Online Supplement

Professor Tarkington’s achievement is to show that associational freedom should encompass lawyering. With that, her article should have considerable impact on academic and judicial accounts of associational rights. In practice, however, the impact is likely to come in terms of protections for the ability of organizations to engage counsel—the right to client-attorney association—rather than, as in her focus, on a right that belongs to and is exercised by attorneys.


Striking A Balance Between Privacy And Online Commerce, Mark Bartholomew Jan 2013

Striking A Balance Between Privacy And Online Commerce, Mark Bartholomew

Utah OnLaw: The Utah Law Review Online Supplement

It is becoming commonplace to note that privacy and online commerce are on a collision course. Corporate entities archive and monetize more and more personal information. Citizens increasingly resent the intrusive nature of such data collection and use. Just noticing this conflict, however, tells us little. In Informing and Reforming the Marketplace of Ideas: The Public-Private Model for Data Production and the First Amendment, Professor Shubha Ghosh not only notes the tension between the costs and benefits of data commercialization, but suggests three normative perspectives for balancing privacy and commercial speech. This is valuable because without a rich theoretical framework ...