Volume 16

Volume 16 Fall Issue

They Should be Fired: The Social Regulation of Free Speech in the U.S. by Dr. Franciska A. Coleman

Professor, Yonsei Law School in Seoul, South Korea

Lessons on Political Speech, Academic Freedom, and University Governance from the New North Carolina by Gene Nichol

Boyd Tinsley Distinguished Professor of Law, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law

When “Free Coffee” Violates the First Amendment: The Federal Highway Beautification Act After Reed v. Town of Gilbert by Emily Jessup

Staff Member (Volume 15); Chief Staff Editor (Volume 16)

When a Student’s Speech Belongs to the University: Keefe, Hazelwood, and the Expanding Role of the Government Speech Doctrine on Campus by Lindsie Trego

Staff Member (Volume 15); Symposium Editor (Volume 16)


FALR Volume 16 Symposium Issue

The Media’s Definition of Fake News vs. Donald Trump’s by Angie Drobnic Holan

Editor, PolitiFact

Ecosystem of Distrust by Mark Verstraete & Derek E. Bambauer

Privacy and Free Expression Fellow, University of Arizona College of Law

Professor of Law, University of Arizona College of Law

Filtering Fake News Through a Lens of Supreme Court Observations and Adages by Clay Calvert & Austin Vining

Professor & Brechner Eminent Scholar in Mass Communication and Director of the Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project, University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications

Graduate Research Fellow, Marion B. Brechner First Amendment Project, University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications

Conspiracy Theories and the Marketplace of Facts by David S. Han

Associate Professor of Law, Pepperdine University School of Law

Cheap Speech and What it Has Done (To American Democracy) by Richard L. Hasen

Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science, University of California, Irvine School of Law

Real “Fake News” and Fake “Fake News” by Lili Levi

Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law

The Epistemic and Moral Dimensions of Fake News and the First Amendment by Ashley Messenger

Senior Associate General Counsel, National Public Radio, Inc.

The Government’s Manufacture of Doubt by Helen Norton

Associate Dean, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Law School

Ministry of Truth: Why Law Can’t Stop Prevarications, Bullshit, and Straight-Out Lies in Political Campaigns by Catherine J. Ross

Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor, The George Washington University Law School

Just the (Alternative) Facts, Ma’am: The Status of Fake News Under the First Amendment by Jessica Stone-Erdman

Staff Member (Vol. 15); Chief Article and Note Editor (Vol. 16)

Maladies in the Misinformation Marketplace by Emily A. Thorson & Stephan Stohler

Assistant Professor, Syracuse University

Assistant Professor, SUNY, University at Albany