Freedom of Speech

Incitement at 100—and 50—and Today, at Brooklyn Law School, April 12

A very interesting symposium, with (among many others) Floyd Abrams, Prof. Leslie Kendrick (Virginia), Nadine Strossen (former head of the ACLU), and more.

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This year is the 100th anniversary of Schenck v. United States (and its accompanying cases), and the 50th of Brandenburg v. Ohio; the Brooklyn Law Review Symposium "Incitement at 100—And 50—And Today: Free Speech and Violence in the Modern World" marks the occasion, on April 12, 2019. You can click here for event and registration information, or register directly at

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One response to “Incitement at 100—and 50—and Today, at Brooklyn Law School, April 12

  1. This is totally off topic, but since conversations on earlier articles languish in obscurity, I figured I’d take up the topic here: Yesterday, James Pollack mentioned a case in which a grand jury returned a finding of “no true bill,” yet the defendant was charged and served time anyway. I’m wondering if this is the case to which he was referring.

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