Susan Kruth earned her B.A. from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2007, with a concentration in music and film. She began studying the First Amendment in earnest while attending the University of Virginia School of Law, completing a summer internship and post-graduate fellowship with the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression in Charlottesville, Virginia. Susan earned her J.D. in 2011 and is now a member of the Virginia State Bar. She has also completed civil rights internships with the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund and the American Civil Liberties Union LGBT & AIDS Project.
- “New Jersey Supreme Court Rules Part of State’s Bias Intimidation Law Unconstitutional,” March 19, 2015
- “Harvard Law Professor: Students Want Profs to Drop Classes on Rape Law,” December 16, 2014
- “Headline Reading ‘Trigger Warning’ Apparently Not Enough Warning for Purportedly Triggering Poster,” November 7, 2014
- “Even Affirmative Consent Advocates Seem Confused About Affirmative Consent,” October 6, 2014
- “It Doesn’t Matter What Your Reason Is for Not Having Sex—Unless You’re at Michigan,” The Huffington Post, October 1, 2014
- “VIDEO: University of Alaska Fairbanks Newspaper Investigated for Nearly a Year for Protected Speech,” September 19, 2014