First Issue of the Journal of Free Speech Law Now Online
I’m delighted to report that, six months after the Journal of Free Speech Law was announced (and less than eight months after it was first conceived), the first issue of the Journal is now online (at http://JournalOfFreeSpeechLaw.org), and will be printed in the next few weeks. We have two submitted articles plus a symposium on free speech and social media platforms, for a total of over 500 pages of material.
Our authors include some of the most-cited legal academics, such as Mark Lemley (Stanford) and Jack Balkin (Yale); Nadine Strossen (the former President of the ACLU); and many more. (We also hope to have articles by Kate Klonick and Genevieve Lakier, who participated in our Zoom symposium, in our next issue, likely in a few months.) I’ll be blogging the abstract for each of the articles separately, but in the meantime, here’s a link to the four-page introduction, Robe and Gown: Wh
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