By Eugene Volokh at The Washington Post
Emory University’s Standing Committee for Open Expression — an official university body — has just issued another broadly speech-protective opinioninterpreting the Emory Open Expression Policy. (Note that my brother and co-blogger Sasha Volokh, a professor at Emory Law School, is on the committee.) The opinion, of course, is constrained by the terms of the policy, but I think it faithfully interprets the policy as offering broad protection for student speech. The opinion has no formal precedential value, as I understand it, but I suspect that in practice it will be quite influential. An excerpt:…
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Schools: Emory University