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Market Failure And Censorship In The Marketplace Of Ideas, John P. Anderson, Jeremy Kidd Jan 2024

Market Failure And Censorship In The Marketplace Of Ideas, John P. Anderson, Jeremy Kidd

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Sincerity, Subjectivity & Religion: The Evolution Of Rfra From A Constitutional Shield To A Political Sword, Emily Kathryn Tubb Jan 2023

Sincerity, Subjectivity & Religion: The Evolution Of Rfra From A Constitutional Shield To A Political Sword, Emily Kathryn Tubb

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Against Corporate Activism: Examining The Use Of Corporate Speech To Promote Corporate Social Responsibility, W.C. Bunting Jan 2022

Against Corporate Activism: Examining The Use Of Corporate Speech To Promote Corporate Social Responsibility, W.C. Bunting

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Establishing A Right To Last Rites: Examining Death Row Inmates’ Right To Clergy Presence In The Execution Chamber In Gutierrez V. Saenz, Sarah B. Conley Jan 2022

Establishing A Right To Last Rites: Examining Death Row Inmates’ Right To Clergy Presence In The Execution Chamber In Gutierrez V. Saenz, Sarah B. Conley

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lemons, Legislatures, And Liberties: The Constitutionality Of Prayer At Public School Board Meetings, Kaitlyn M. Huelskamp Jan 2021

Lemons, Legislatures, And Liberties: The Constitutionality Of Prayer At Public School Board Meetings, Kaitlyn M. Huelskamp

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


The First Amendment Has Entered The Chat: Oklahoma’S Cyberharassment Law, Trae Havens Jan 2021

The First Amendment Has Entered The Chat: Oklahoma’S Cyberharassment Law, Trae Havens

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Failing To Protect Public Employees’ First Amendment Rights: The Need For A Presumption Of Public Concern For Truthful Testimony, Anna H. Mcneil Jan 2021

Failing To Protect Public Employees’ First Amendment Rights: The Need For A Presumption Of Public Concern For Truthful Testimony, Anna H. Mcneil

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Masterpiece Cakeshop Decision And The Clash Between Nondiscrimination And Religious Freedom, Klint W. Alexander, Ph.D, J.D. Jan 2019

The Masterpiece Cakeshop Decision And The Clash Between Nondiscrimination And Religious Freedom, Klint W. Alexander, Ph.D, J.D.

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Prosecuting Fatal Speech: What Minnesota’S State V. Final Exit Network Means For Assisted-Suicide Laws Across The Country, Anthony W. Joyce Jan 2019

Prosecuting Fatal Speech: What Minnesota’S State V. Final Exit Network Means For Assisted-Suicide Laws Across The Country, Anthony W. Joyce

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Introductory Essay: Old Principles For An (Allegedly) Brave New World, Harry F. Tepker Jan 2018

An Introductory Essay: Old Principles For An (Allegedly) Brave New World, Harry F. Tepker

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Free Speech And Domain Allocation: A Suggested Framework For Analyzing The Constitutionality Of Prohibition Of Lies, James Weinstein Jan 2018

Free Speech And Domain Allocation: A Suggested Framework For Analyzing The Constitutionality Of Prohibition Of Lies, James Weinstein

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Suing The President For First Amendment Violations, Sonja R. West Jan 2018

Suing The President For First Amendment Violations, Sonja R. West

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


(At Least) Thirteen Ways Of Looking At Election Lies, Helen Norton Jan 2018

(At Least) Thirteen Ways Of Looking At Election Lies, Helen Norton

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legislating Against Lying In Campaigns And Elections, Joshua S. Sellers Jan 2018

Legislating Against Lying In Campaigns And Elections, Joshua S. Sellers

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Forward Into The Past: Speech Intermediaries In The Television And Internet Ages, Gregory P. Magarian Jan 2018

Forward Into The Past: Speech Intermediaries In The Television And Internet Ages, Gregory P. Magarian

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Editor’S Introduction, Mitchell B. Bryant Jan 2018

Editor’S Introduction, Mitchell B. Bryant

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Truth, Courage, And Other Human Dispositions: Reflections On Falsehoods And The First Amendment, Jonathan D. Varat Jan 2018

Truth, Courage, And Other Human Dispositions: Reflections On Falsehoods And The First Amendment, Jonathan D. Varat

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lies, Line Drawing, And (Deep) Fake News, Marc Jonathan Blitz Jan 2018

Lies, Line Drawing, And (Deep) Fake News, Marc Jonathan Blitz

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Receive Foreign Speech, Joseph Thai Jan 2018

The Right To Receive Foreign Speech, Joseph Thai

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


False Speech And The First Amendment, Erwin Chemerinsky Jan 2018

False Speech And The First Amendment, Erwin Chemerinsky

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Censorship On The Internet: Who Should Make The Rules, Joe Zopolsky Sep 2017

Censorship On The Internet: Who Should Make The Rules, Joe Zopolsky

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

No abstract provided.


Courthouses, Bookshelves, And Portals: The Implications Of U.S. V. American Library Association On First Amendment Forum Analysis And Future Internet-Based Litigation Strategies, Alexandra R. Harrington Sep 2017

Courthouses, Bookshelves, And Portals: The Implications Of U.S. V. American Library Association On First Amendment Forum Analysis And Future Internet-Based Litigation Strategies, Alexandra R. Harrington

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

No abstract provided.


Cyberspace…The Final Frontier: How The Communications Decency Act Allows Entrepreneurs To Boldly Go Where No Blog Has Gone Before, Aaron Jackson Sep 2017

Cyberspace…The Final Frontier: How The Communications Decency Act Allows Entrepreneurs To Boldly Go Where No Blog Has Gone Before, Aaron Jackson

Oklahoma Journal of Law and Technology

No abstract provided.


Corporate Transparency And The First Amendment: Compelled Disclosures In The Wake Of National Association Of Manufacturers V. Sec, Emma Land Jan 2017

Corporate Transparency And The First Amendment: Compelled Disclosures In The Wake Of National Association Of Manufacturers V. Sec, Emma Land

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


A License To Infringe: The Tenth Circuit’S Reliance On The Reasonable Observer Test To Determine Symbolic Speech Protection Of License Plates, Hayley Ray Scott Jan 2017

A License To Infringe: The Tenth Circuit’S Reliance On The Reasonable Observer Test To Determine Symbolic Speech Protection Of License Plates, Hayley Ray Scott

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Can The Undue-Burden Standard Add Clarity And Rigor To Intermediate Scrutiny In First Amendment Jurisprudence? A Proposal Cutting Across Constitutional Domains For Time, Place & Manner Regulations, Clay Calvert, Minch Minchin Jan 2017

Can The Undue-Burden Standard Add Clarity And Rigor To Intermediate Scrutiny In First Amendment Jurisprudence? A Proposal Cutting Across Constitutional Domains For Time, Place & Manner Regulations, Clay Calvert, Minch Minchin

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Costly Exercise Of Religion: Issues On Diocesan Bankruptcy Estate Formation And First Amendment Implications, Simon W. Bright Jan 2017

The Costly Exercise Of Religion: Issues On Diocesan Bankruptcy Estate Formation And First Amendment Implications, Simon W. Bright

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Blackhawk Down Or Blackhorse Down? The Lanham Act’S Prohibition Of Trademarks That “May Disparage” & The First Amendment, Russ Versteeg Jan 2016

Blackhawk Down Or Blackhorse Down? The Lanham Act’S Prohibition Of Trademarks That “May Disparage” & The First Amendment, Russ Versteeg

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Knight V. Thompson: The Eleventh Circuit's Perpetuation Of Historical Practices Of Colonization, Randi Dawn Gardner Hardin Jan 2014

Knight V. Thompson: The Eleventh Circuit's Perpetuation Of Historical Practices Of Colonization, Randi Dawn Gardner Hardin

American Indian Law Review

No abstract provided.


Picking Up Where Katcoff Left Off: Developing A Framework For A Constitutional Military Chaplaincy, Malcolm H. Wilkerson Jan 2014

Picking Up Where Katcoff Left Off: Developing A Framework For A Constitutional Military Chaplaincy, Malcolm H. Wilkerson

Oklahoma Law Review

Under existing precedent, portions of the military chaplaincy program are unconstitutional. Although presenting at least the appearance of the “establishment” of religion, the military chaplaincy program has never been successfully challenged on constitutional grounds—despite its history of more than two centuries. The only court that has directly confronted the issue upheld the military chaplaincy based on what appears to be a counter-intuitive application of the Free Exercise Clause. Namely, the military chaplaincy program ensures the free exercise rights of service members who, because of their military service, would otherwise be deprived of access to religious services. And indeed, when a …