Professor David Han Presents "Compelled Speech and Doctrinal Fluidity" -- Indiana Law Journal Symposium
Professor David S. Han presented "Compelled Speech and Doctrinal Fluidity" at the Indiana Law Journal Symposium, "Compelled Speech: The Cutting Edge of First Amendment Jurisprudence." The symposium took place remotely on March 5.
From Indiana Law Journal:
The doctrine of compelled speech receives less attention than the First Amendment protection of free speech, but it is equally important and deserves close analysis. Join a distinguished panel of First Amendment scholars from throughout the country in a symposium sponsored by the Indiana Law Journal and featuring the Addison C. Harris Lecture. Articles based on the symposium will be published in a forthcoming issue of the Journal.
Additional information may be found here.