The First Amendment as a Mask for Privilege? Citizens United, Grand Theft Auto and Other Recent Developments
SEP 14, 2011
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Introducing a new monthly lecture series for alumni, local practitioners, and the public, featuring Case Western Reserve University School of Law professors.
From September 2011 through June 2012, the School of Law will host 10 morning lectures at The City Club of Cleveland. Attend as many as you like, and join us for coffee and breakfast beforehand.
The Supreme Court has decided several significant First Amendment cases over the past two years. Some of these decisions have afforded increased protection to comparatively affluent claimants, prompting critics to suggest that the Court has been comforting the comfortable and afflicting the afflicted. This program will assess the extent to which the recent First Amendment rulings have afforded increased protection to the powerful at the expense of outsiders.
Jonathan L. Entin
Professor of Law and Political Science
Case Western Reserve University of Law
Jonathan L. Entin is Professor of Law and Political Science at Case Western Reserve University. He also has served as the law school’s associate dean for academic affairs. The recipient of several teaching awards and a former co-editor of the Journal of Legal Education, Professor Entin has written and lectured widely about First Amendment and other constitutional issues.
8:00-8:30 a.m. – Registration and continental breakfast preceding each program.
Except for the inaugural program, all lectures will take place 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Free and open to the public.
1. hr. continuing legal education credit available, pending approval.
Lectures will take place on the following dates:
Fall 2011: September 14, October 26, November 16, December 14
Spring 2012: January 11, February 8, March 14, April 11, May 9, June 13
At one-hour CLE activities, Ohio Supreme Court regulations require attorneys to be present for the entire hour to obtain credit. Therefore, registration for one-hour lectures will close at the time the event is scheduled to start. Everyone is welcome to attend the lecture, but we cannot submit CLE credit for late arrivals.
Recording in any form is prohibited