CUNY School of Law

Location: Long Island City, New York
Type: Public

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  • Student Handbook: CUNY Rules of Conduct 11-12

    Speech Code Rating: Yellow
    Speech Code Category: Other Speech Codes, Statement
    Last updated: June 15, 2004

    Each member of the academic community or an invited guest has the right to advocate his position without having to fear abuse--physical, verbal, or otherwise from others supporting conflicting points of view. Members of the academic community and other persons on the Law School grounds shall not use langua... Read More
  • Student Handbook: Student Organizations 11-12

    Speech Code Rating: Yellow
    Speech Code Category: Other Speech Codes, Statement
    Last updated: June 3, 2003

    no group, organization or student publication with a program against the religion, race, ethnic origin or identification or sex of a particular group or which makes systematic attacks against the religion, race, ethnic origin or sex of a particular group shall receive support from any fees collected by the... Read More
  • Student Handbook: Policy on Acceptable Use of Computer Resources 11-12

    Speech Code Rating: Yellow
    Speech Code Category: Internet Usage Policies, Statement
    Last updated: October 28, 2013

    Users of CUNY computer resources may not employ a false identity, mask the identity of an account or computer, or use computer resources to engage in abuse of others, such as sending harassing, obscene, threatening, abusive, deceptive, or anonymous messages within or outside CUNY. Read More
  • Student Handbook: CUNY Board of Trustees Policy Against Sexual Harassment 11-12

    Speech Code Rating: Yellow
    Speech Code Category: Harassment Policies, Statement
    Last updated: December 15, 2013

    Other types of unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature can also constitute sexual harassment, if sufficiently severe or pervasive that the target does find, and a reasonable person would find, that an intimidating, hostile or abusive work or academic environment has been created. Examples of this kind of sexual... Read More
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  • “Stop debating”: CUNY Law students disrupt speaker and his critic

    April 12, 2018

    In a stunning display of closed-mindedness and anti-intellectualism, a group of protesters at the City University of New York School of Law not only disrupted a speech by law professor and author Josh Blackman, but also disrupted a fellow student who was there, in his own words, to ask Blackman “some really hard questions.” Blackman… Read more