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Law review symposium 2010 : government speech : the government's ability to compel and restrict speech.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Copyright date:
2011
Publication:
Cleveland, Ohio : Case Western Reserve University School of Law, [2011]
Copyright notice:
©2011
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • pages 1081-1444 ; 26 cm
Title Variation:
Government speech, the government's ability to compel and restrict speech
Note:
Special issue of Case Western Reserve law review, volume 61, number 4 (summer 2011). Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction: Government speech / B. Jessie Hill
  • Government interference with law school clinics and access to justice : when is there a legal remedy? / Peter A. Joy
  • Can preemption protect public participation? / Adam Babich
  • Law school clinics and the First Amendment / Jonathan L. Entin
  • The Cross National Memorial : at the intersection of speech and religion / Mary Jean Dolan
  • Government-sponsored religious displays : transparent rationalizations and expedient post-modernism / Douglas Laycock
  • Speech platforms / Abner S. Greene
  • Imaginary threats to government's expressive interests / Helen Norton.
Contributor:
Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law.
Related Work:
Case Western Reserve law review.
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