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Appellate court rules Temple University’s former speech code unconstitutional

August 7, 2008

by Liz White

Student Press Law Center

 

The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision Monday by a federal district court that Temple University's former anti-harassment code was unconstitutional.

Alliance Defense Fund attorneys for Christian DeJohn, a former Temple graduate student and sergeant in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, filed the lawsuit in February 2006... Download file "Appellate court rules Temple University's former speech code unconstitutional"

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