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The University of Michigan Law School

         The University of Michigan Law School

 Free Speech, Hate Speech, and Protest


Date: 10/10/2017
Time: 11:45 AM to 12:50 PM
Contact: Edman,Karen

Location: Hutchins Hall 100

Description: How does the law protect free speech? When is hate speech criminal? What are the legal rights of protesters? Join Dan Korobkin, deputy legal director of the Michigan ACLU, and Austin McCoy, Michigan Mellon Fellow, for a discussion of these issues. A Q&A with the audience will follow their remarks.

Sponsored by the Educational Environment Committee, the Ford School of Public Policy, the Black Law Students Association, the Racial Justice Coalition, and the Federalist Society.

Pizza lunch will be served.