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Free Speech On College Campuses: Constitutional Rights In Context, Rhett Hunt, Brian Ridd May 2018

Free Speech On College Campuses: Constitutional Rights In Context, Rhett Hunt, Brian Ridd

Brigham Young University Prelaw Review

Although college campuses across the United States are characterized by and regarded for the diversity of their students, arguments over political preference can lead to riots and violence. As these riots and violence escalate, the right to free speech is also threatened. Constitutional understanding should be taught to all students in higher education in order to dissolve this threat to free speech.


With Liberty And Education For All: Using Law To Depoliticize Public Policy In Education, Zach Simons, Brady Earley May 2018

With Liberty And Education For All: Using Law To Depoliticize Public Policy In Education, Zach Simons, Brady Earley

Brigham Young University Prelaw Review

In the United States, a correlation exists between receiving a poor education and living in poverty. Education funding is designed in such a way that it leaves poor communities disadvantaged with less funding and fewer educational opportunities for children. This unfortunate disparity means that inequality exists across the US in education opportunities. Education ought to be a constitutionally protected right in the United States. This paper explores the benefits of amending the constitution in order to ensure quality education as a right afforded to all children. Furthermore, this paper develops a proposal for an act to provide financial incentives to ...


Undocumented Immigrants And The Us Professional Licensing Problem, Madeleine Truman May 2018

Undocumented Immigrants And The Us Professional Licensing Problem, Madeleine Truman

Brigham Young University Prelaw Review

The number of illegal immigrants to the United States continues to rise each. Many individuals are blocked from citizenship and its subsequent opportunities by a broken system. Undocumented early arrivals, such as DACA recipients and DREAMers, though currently not targeted for deportation, are prevented from succeeding in their chosen field due to an immigration status they did not choose. Like their native born counterparts, they should have the same right to work in a professional field if they prove themselves to be as equally qualified in all aspects barring immigration status.


Thinking About Access: Five Propositions, Robert V. Bullough Jr. Jan 2018

Thinking About Access: Five Propositions, Robert V. Bullough Jr.

Brigham Young University-Public School Partnership Occasional Papers

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