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Freedom of speech

First Amendment

2012

Pepperdine Law Review

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Building The House On A Weak Foundation: Edenfield V. Fane And The Current State Of The Commercial Speech Doctrine, Dennis William Bishop Nov 2012

Building The House On A Weak Foundation: Edenfield V. Fane And The Current State Of The Commercial Speech Doctrine, Dennis William Bishop

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A First Amendment Exception To The "Collateral Bar" Rule: Protecting Freedom Of Expression And The Legitimacy Of Courts, Richard Labunski Nov 2012

A First Amendment Exception To The "Collateral Bar" Rule: Protecting Freedom Of Expression And The Legitimacy Of Courts, Richard Labunski

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The Fourth Estate And The Third Level: Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. V. Federal Communications Commission—Cable Television And Intermediate Scrutiny, R. Stuart Phillips Oct 2012

The Fourth Estate And The Third Level: Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. V. Federal Communications Commission—Cable Television And Intermediate Scrutiny, R. Stuart Phillips

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Madsen V. Women's Health Center, Inc.: Striking An Unequal Balance Between The Right Of Women To Obtain An Abortion And The Right Of Pro-Life Groups To Freedom Of Expression, Keli N. Osaki Oct 2012

Madsen V. Women's Health Center, Inc.: Striking An Unequal Balance Between The Right Of Women To Obtain An Abortion And The Right Of Pro-Life Groups To Freedom Of Expression, Keli N. Osaki

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"Riding With The Cops And Cheering For The Robbers:" Employee Speech, Doctrinal Cubbyholes, And The Duty Of Loyalty, Marvin F. Hill Jr., James A. Wright Oct 2012

"Riding With The Cops And Cheering For The Robbers:" Employee Speech, Doctrinal Cubbyholes, And The Duty Of Loyalty, Marvin F. Hill Jr., James A. Wright

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Meiklejohn, Monica, & Mutilation Of The Thinking Process, Clay Calvert Oct 2012

Meiklejohn, Monica, & Mutilation Of The Thinking Process, Clay Calvert

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Televised Political Debates And Arkansas Educational Television Commission V. Forbes: Excluding The Public From Public Broadcasting, Joshua Dale Oct 2012

Televised Political Debates And Arkansas Educational Television Commission V. Forbes: Excluding The Public From Public Broadcasting, Joshua Dale

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Corporate Criticism On The Internet: The Fine Line Between Anonymous Speech And Cybersmear, Scot Wilson May 2012

Corporate Criticism On The Internet: The Fine Line Between Anonymous Speech And Cybersmear, Scot Wilson

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Ashcroft V. Free Speech Coalition: How Can Virtual Child Pornography Be Banned Under The First Amendment?, Virginia F. Milstead Apr 2012

Ashcroft V. Free Speech Coalition: How Can Virtual Child Pornography Be Banned Under The First Amendment?, Virginia F. Milstead

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Is Spam The Rock Of Sisyphus?: Whether The Can-Spam Act And Its Global Counterparts Will Delete Your E-Mail, Amy G. Marino Mar 2012

Is Spam The Rock Of Sisyphus?: Whether The Can-Spam Act And Its Global Counterparts Will Delete Your E-Mail, Amy G. Marino

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Inculcation, Bias, And Viewpoint Discrimination In Public Schools, Lisa Shaw Roy Mar 2012

Inculcation, Bias, And Viewpoint Discrimination In Public Schools, Lisa Shaw Roy

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Civil Rights, Erwin Chemerinsky Mar 2012

Civil Rights, Erwin Chemerinsky

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"Raised Eyebrows" Over Satellite Radio: Has Pacifica Met Its Match?, Aurele Danoff Mar 2012

"Raised Eyebrows" Over Satellite Radio: Has Pacifica Met Its Match?, Aurele Danoff

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Free Speech, Kathleen M. Sullivan Mar 2012

Free Speech, Kathleen M. Sullivan

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Red Lion And Pacifica: Are They Relics?, L. A. Powe Jr Feb 2012

Red Lion And Pacifica: Are They Relics?, L. A. Powe Jr

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The Future Of Free Expression In A Digital Age, Jack M. Balkin Feb 2012

The Future Of Free Expression In A Digital Age, Jack M. Balkin

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In the twenty-first century, at the very moment that our economic and social lives are increasingly dominated by information technology and information flows, the judge-made doctrines of the First Amendment seem increasingly irrelevant to the key free speech battles of the future. The most important decisions affecting the future of freedom of speech will not occur in constitutional law; they will be decisions about technological design, legislative and administrative regulations, the formation of new business models, and the collective activities of end-users. Moreover, the values of freedom of expression will become subsumed within a larger set of concerns that I …


Can Freedom Of Speech Bear The Twenty-First Century's Weight?, Lillian R. Bevier Feb 2012

Can Freedom Of Speech Bear The Twenty-First Century's Weight?, Lillian R. Bevier

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Campaign Finance Regulation And The Marketplace Of Emotions, Barry P. Mcdonald Feb 2012

Campaign Finance Regulation And The Marketplace Of Emotions, Barry P. Mcdonald

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This essay examines the validity, in light of new empirical research, of the free speech theory the U.S. Supreme Court uses to justify the doctrines it currently employs to assess the constitutionality of campaign finance regulations. The Court’s model, which Professor McDonald terms the theory of 'stimulated democratic deliberation,' assumes that an unlimited quantity of campaign-related communications will result in increased public deliberation about ideas and better informed citizens, which in turn will result in better decisions about candidates for political office. In short, this model assumes that rational thought and deliberation about important issues of the day drive voter …


The Regulation Of Extremist Speech In The Era Of Mass Digital Communications: Is Brandenburg Tolerance Obsolete In The Terrorist Era?, Nadine Strossen Feb 2012

The Regulation Of Extremist Speech In The Era Of Mass Digital Communications: Is Brandenburg Tolerance Obsolete In The Terrorist Era?, Nadine Strossen

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Words "Which By Their Very Utterance Inflict Injury": The Evolving Treatment Of Inherently Dangerous Speech In Free Speech Law And Theory, Rodney A. Smolla Feb 2012

Words "Which By Their Very Utterance Inflict Injury": The Evolving Treatment Of Inherently Dangerous Speech In Free Speech Law And Theory, Rodney A. Smolla

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Is It Better To Be Safe Than Sorry?: Free Speech And The Precautionary Principle, Frederick Schauer Feb 2012

Is It Better To Be Safe Than Sorry?: Free Speech And The Precautionary Principle, Frederick Schauer

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Free Speech In The Twenty-First Century: Ten Lessons From The Twentieth Century, Geoffrey R. Stone Feb 2012

Free Speech In The Twenty-First Century: Ten Lessons From The Twentieth Century, Geoffrey R. Stone

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Introduction, Barry P. Mcdonald Feb 2012

Introduction, Barry P. Mcdonald

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What Counts As "Speech" In The First Place?: Determining The Scope Of The Free Speech Clause, R. George Wright Feb 2012

What Counts As "Speech" In The First Place?: Determining The Scope Of The Free Speech Clause, R. George Wright

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Worshiping Separation: Worship In Limited Public Forums And The Establishment Clause , William A. Glaser Jan 2012

Worshiping Separation: Worship In Limited Public Forums And The Establishment Clause , William A. Glaser

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