The FIRE Legal Network is a nationwide group of practicing attorneys to whom we refer cases when counsel is necessary and the matter at issue falls outside the scope of FIRE’s mission or ability to assist. The FIRE Legal Network does not require dues or other such commitments, but it does provide you the opportunity to defend First Amendment rights.
The FIRE Student Network is a coalition of students who recognize the importance of advancing civil liberties on their campuses.
Due process and fundamental fairness are in crisis on America’s college and university campuses. Learn how Student Defenders groups protect student rights across the nation.
Higher education — and your campus — needs healthy, rigorous, and productive conversations. Here’s how you can help.
From attending events to setting up campus groups, here's everything you need to know about FIRE's opportunities for you to get involved.
The FIRE Faculty Network is a coalition of college faculty interested in promoting and defending free expression and academic freedom at their institutions.
Meet fellow faculty deeply concerned about academic freedom and freedom of expression in American higher education. This year, the conference will take place at the University of Southern California from October 20 - 22, 2022. FIRE is welcoming proposals now.
FIRE’s Free Inquiry Grant program will support research that advances our understanding of free speech and academic freedom with a maximum grant size of $50,000.
FIRE is a mission-driven organization of hardworking, dedicated team members committed to defending and sustaining the individual rights of all Americans to free speech and free thought.
FIRE’s Ember Club is a tight circle of our closest friends and investors who partner with us to defend individual rights on and off campus, with exclusive benefits and access to FIRE programs and leadership.
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