First Amendment

The Verdict in the Khashoggi Murder Isn’t Final By Any Stretch

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Sep 21st, 2020

The Troubling Free Speech Implications of Trump’s TikTok/WeChat Sanctions

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Sep 8th, 2020

U.N. Human Rights Committee General Comment No. 37 on Freedom of Assembly: An Excellent and Timely Contribution

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Jul 30th, 2020

Interview with Christof Heyns: Major New UN Comment on Right of Peaceful Assembly

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Jul 29th, 2020

Politically Motivated Prosecutions Part II: Refuse, Report, Resign

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Jul 28th, 2020

Politically-Motivated Prosecutions Part I: Legal Obligations and Ethical Duties of Prosecutors

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Jul 27th, 2020

The President’s Private Army

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Jul 24th, 2020

Top Experts: DOJ’s Bureau of Prison Blocking Michael Cohen Book about Trump Violates First Amendment

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Jul 11th, 2020

Notes on John Bolton’s Brief Opposing the Government’s Motion to Enjoin Publication of His Book

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Jun 19th, 2020

Questions for the Government in the Bolton Book TRO Hearing(s)

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Jun 18th, 2020

Assessing the Government’s Lawsuit Against John Bolton [UPDATED after Wednesday’s filing of a TRO motion]

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Jun 17th, 2020

What Does the Constitutional Right of Assembly Protect? What Counts as “Peaceable”? And Who Should Decide?

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Jun 9th, 2020

Lawsuit Against Fox News Over Coronavirus Coverage: Can It Succeed? Should It?

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Apr 10th, 2020

Public Officials Can’t Block Critics from Official Social Media Accounts

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Mar 30th, 2020

An Ambitious Reading of Facebook’s Content Regulation White Paper

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Mar 9th, 2020

Revised Justice Department Policy Still Silences Immigration Judges

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Mar 5th, 2020

Recent North Korea Sanctions Arrest Raises Questions About Free Speech Rights

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Dec 11th, 2019

Social Media Vetting of Visa Applicants Violates the First Amendment

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Dec 6th, 2019

Duty to Warn: Has the Trump Administration Learned from the Khashoggi Failure?

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Nov 6th, 2019

The Distorter-in-Chief is Hosting a Summit on Distortion on Social Media

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Jul 11th, 2019

Journalist Watchlist Raises Specter of Civil Rights-Era Secret Surveillance

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Jun 19th, 2019

Balancing the Law and Reporting: Reflections on the Assange Indictment and What It Means for Journalists

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Jun 12th, 2019

L’Affaire d’Assange: Why His Extradition May Be Blocked

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Jun 7th, 2019

Assange May Have Committed a Crime, But the Espionage Act Is the Wrong Law to Prosecute

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Jun 4th, 2019

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