Champaign , USA
The First Amendment says that government “shall make no law . . .
abridging the freedom of speech.” How do those words apply in a public
university where the robust exchange of ideas is cherished but where some
kinds of speech collide with other important goals and values?
Join a panel of experts to learn what the First Amendment actually protects
on campus—and what it doesn’t—and to hear diverse perspectives on
real-world cases involving conflicts over freedom of speech.
Akhil Amar, Yale Law School
Jim Anderson, College of Education
Jason Mazzone, College of Law
Vikram Amar, College of Law
Light refreshments will be served.
College of Law and Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs