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November 2020

MLRC Bulletin 2020 Issue 2

in this issue

Anti-Libel Injunctions and the Criminal Libel Connection: A Conversation with Professor Eugene Volokh

Eugene Volokh explains his theory that post-trial libel injunctions are constitutional.

National Security Leaks and Free Speech on Campus: A Conversation with Lee Bollinger and Professor Geoffrey Stone

Professors Bollinger and Stone on Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, national security and campus speech.


Free Speech on the Internet: A Conversation with Professor Tim Wu

Professor Wu on regulating online harms, his role on the Facebook oversight board, and more.


Freedom of the Press, the Supreme Court and Post-Truthism America: A Conversation with Professor RonNell Andersen Jones

Professor RonNell Andersen Jones explores how the Supreme Court, thinks about the press and whether its characterizations have changed over time.

How Rights Went Wrong: A Conversation with Professor Jamal Greene

Professor Greene on the structure of legal and constitutional argument, the subject of his forthcoming book, “How Rights Went Wrong: Why Our Obsession with Rights is Tearing American Apart.”

The Roberts Court and the First Amendment: A Conversation with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky

Professor Chemerinsky discusses recent decisions by the Roberts Court, especially as they pertain to the media and free expression.