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Before attending law school, his For the past year, the First Amendment, censorship, and hate speech have been at the forefront of the news cycle. From President Trump blocking users on Twitter, to violence at rallies or on college campuses, protections of our First Amendment have been tested.
Also, with the rise in popularity of social media, it has become complicated when deciphering what is actually a First Amendment right and what is not. Professor Eugene Volokh teaches free speech law, tort law, religious freedom law, church-state relations law, and a First Amendment amicus brief clinic at UCLA School of Law, where he has also often taught copyright law, criminal law, and a seminar on firearms regulation policy.
He is also founder and co-author of the popular blog, The Volokh Conspiracy. I am concerned as I said earlier about the way that private control over speech can limit our ability to communicate with each other, and that may be one of the free speech problems that we face in the 21st Century.
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Well, for the past year, Bob, the First Amendment and censorship has been at the forefront of the new cycle from President Trump blocking users on Twitter to public colleges preventing controversial guests from speaking at rallies or on campus from police excluding listeners to speakers and protections of our First Amendment had been tested.
So today on Lawyer to Lawyer we are going to take a look at some of these issues, and discuss some recent news items that have sparked some First Amendment and censorship questions. To help us do that we have two guests joining us today. First of all, let me introduce attorney Robert A.
Bertsche, partner with the law firm Prince Lobel Tye in Boston. Welcome to the show, Rob Bertsche.
Thank you Bob and thank you Craig. Welcome to the show, Eugene Volokh. Oh, great to be on, thanks very much for inviting me. Sure, so First Amendment law is a big topic. Now there are exceptions to the First Amendment.“Journalist” Emily DeRuy asks Robert Spencer for comment after her story about Stanford event is published Well, *that’s* professional sarc/off And this only came after prompting.
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