Associate Professor and Director of the Legal and Ethical Studies program at the University of Baltimore Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor of Journalism at Southern Methodist University
WTF? First Amendment Implications of Policing Profanity by Alexandra Baruch Bachman
J.D. Candidate, Class of 2019, University of North Carolina School of Law; Note Editor, First Amendment Law Review Vol 17
J.D. Candidate, Class of 2019, University of North Carolina School of Law; Note Editor, First Amendment Law Review Vol. 17.
Sex and the First Amendment: The Long and Winding History of Obscenity Law by Geoffrey R. Stone
Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law, The University of
Professor & Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication and Director of the Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla.
Sex and the First Amendment Through the Lens of Professional Speech by Claudia E. Haupt
Associate Professor of Law and Political Science, Northeastern University School of Law.
Imbalance Between Speech & Health: How Unsubstantiated Health Claims in Secondary Effects Regulations of Sexually Oriented Businesses Threaten Free Speech by Kyla P. Garrett Wagner & Rachael L. Jones
Kyla P. Garrett Wagner, M.A., is a Roy H. Park Doctoral Fellow in the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Rachael L. Jones, J.D. is the Senior Law Clerk to the Honorable Scott D. Makar of the First District Court of Appeal for the State of Florida.
Associate Professor of Law, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University
Compelled Subsides and Original Meaning by Jud Campbell
Assistant Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law
The Complicated Story of Fosta and Section 230 by Eric Goldman
Professor of Law and Co-Director of the High Tech Law Institute, Santa Clara University School of Law.
Fearless Speech by Mary Anne Franks
Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law. President, Cyber Civil
Cybersecurity of the Person by Jeff Kosseff
Assistant Professor, Cyber Science Department, United States Naval Academy.
A Federal Anti-Slapp Law Would Make Section 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act More Effective by Julio Sharp-Wasserman & Evan Mascagni