Each year, FIRE reviews thousands of potential cases involving individuals and groups whose rights are threatened. FIRE’s team of legal and advocacy experts have decades of experience protecting free speech both on and off college campuses. Learn more about FIRE’s civil liberties cases.
In New Jersey, primary election candidates can include a slogan of their choice next to their name on the ballot. This allows candidates to speak directly to voters at the critical moment when they cast their ballots. But New Jersey requires written consent from any person or New Jersey incorporated association referred to by the candidate’s slogan.
If you are facing retaliation over protected speech, or if you are a college student or faculty member whose First Amendment rights may have been violated, reach out to FIRE to learn more about how we can protect your rights.