Title

Government Speech: The Government's Ability to Compel and Restrict Speech

Date of Event

11-19-2010

Description

November 19, 2010

Law Review Symposium Lecture

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Introduction: Jonathan L. Entin, CWRU Law

Speaker: Frederick Schauer, David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law

The 2010-2011 Law Review Symposium addressed limits on government speech and the government's ability to claim speech as its own in both restricting and compelling speech. Panels will examine 1) the intersection between government speech and the establishment clause (with a focus on the implications of Salazar v. Buono); 2) the extent to which the government can control school curricula and restrict the work of law school clinics; 3) the extent to which the government can compel speech by denominating the speech as its own.

Subject Headings

government speech; freedom of speech; restriction of speech by government; Salazar v. Buono; establishment clause; constitutional law; law school clinics; governments denominating speech

Location

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Document Type

Video

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