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FIRE holds national and regional events for college students and faculty interested in free speech law, history, education, and more. Grow your free speech network by attending an event.
CLE Course on Actual Malice and New York Times v. Sullivan
Hosted in FIRE’s Philadelphia office, this continuing legal education course, approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board, will cover the United States Supreme Court’s landmark decision in New York Times v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254 (1964). Led by FIRE attorney Gabe Walters, attendees will explore the case’s legacy in subsequent Supreme Court rulings and discuss specific applications of the actual malice test. The CLE will conclude with a discussion of recent critiques and defenses of Sullivan and its ongoing utility.
Free Press Workshop
This free workshop will bring together student journalists from across the country to learn how to assert your right to press freedom.
FIRE Student Network Summer Conference 2023
The FIRE Student Network Summer Conference brings more than 100 college students from across the country to Philadelphia to learn, network, and strategize about free expression.
Host a FIRE Speaker at Your Event
Hosting a FIRE speaker is a great way to catalyze social change and educate your community about the importance of free speech, due process, and religious liberty.
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