Move aside, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), there is a new free speech and First Amendment defender in town: the organization formerly known as the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is rebranding as…
After a 122-day investigation into his tweets, Ilya Shapiro resigned as senior lecturer and executive director of Georgetown University Law Center’s Center for the Constitution. Georgetown University, a private Catholic university run by Jesuits, had…
Georgetown University placed a newly-hired law professor on leave after one of his social media posts led to an outcry from leftists on social media and on its college campus. Ilya Shapiro, a former legal…
A group of students at the University of Notre Dame are pushing for the university to block pornography on its internet wireless network.
Apparently, some university administrators are not content with just making their campus a gun-free zone.
James Livingston, the white Rutgers historian who obscenely tweeted about how much he hates white people, has been found in violation of school policy by the university.
But don’t expect other universities to follow suit.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decided against Marquette University in its ongoing legal battle with John McAdams, the professor it fired for publicly rebuking a graduate assistant for forcing her opinions on her class.
The good news is that students are not quite as ignorant of their constitutional rights as we’ve thought. The bad news is that most universities don’t want them to have any.
Actually, it was the rent-a-cops at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute who tried practicing law without a license. The ABA should be up in arms.