Free Speech on Campus: Where Should Universities Draw the Line?
What are the key challenges facing universities today in supporting free expression on campus? This event includes back-to-back panels with former university president Mark Yudof of the University of California, current president Tom Sullivan of The University of Vermont, and others exploring debates about the First Amendment on campus today. Panelists will address such topics as the heckler’s veto and related challenges involving campus disruption and violence; possible tensions between protecting free expression and promoting inclusion and diversity; the complicated relationship between academic freedom and free speech on campus; and more.
This program is presented in partnership with the Academic Engagement Network.
This program is available for 2.0 substantive CLE credits. The National Constitution Center regularly applies for and receives CLE credit in PA, CA, NY, IL, TX, and DE for live events. Credit is also available in AK, AZ, CO, CT, NH, and NJ. All other U.S. jurisdictions allow attorneys to self-apply for credit for live events held outside their state.
Watch this America’s Town Hall program live at constitutioncenter.org/live.
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