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To help ensure that every student is treated fairly and has access to capable representation, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education is proud to announce the publication of “Title IX Hearings and Litigation: A Practitioner’s Guide.” Read more


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Florida Atlantic University has implemented a revised set of media policies that will protect the rights of student journalists, faculty, and staff. Read more


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Stanford University announced late Wednesday that it ended its investigation into law student Nicholas Wallace, who was under investigation for an email he sent to peers that satirized the Federalist Society, Sen. Josh Hawley, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and the events of Jan. 6. Read more


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Stanford University law student Nicholas Wallace was set to graduate this month, but his degree is now in jeopardy. After receiving a complaint about a satirical email that Wallace sent to his peers in January, Stanford launched an investigation into Wallace. Read more


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After Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania disbanded its entire Greek life system without due process, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education says: not so fast. Read more


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Need more funding for your club at Rutgers Law School? The Rutgers’ Student Bar Association can help — but only if you put on your critical race theory lenses first. Read more


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After more than a year in limbo and pressure from FIRE, the University of Pennsylvania’s Hunting, Archery, and Shooting Club is officially a recognized student group. Read more


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A university embroiled in sexual abuse scandals has abruptly fired a tenured professor who criticized the handling of those controversies and alleged that the university’s president and chair of its Board of Trustees made anti-Semitic comments. Read more


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North Dakota becomes the 20th state to pass legislation banning public colleges and universities from relegating student expression to “free speech zones.” Read more


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Today, Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed two major pieces of legislation protecting First Amendment rights in Montana higher education, HB 349 and HB 218. Read more



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