Professor Jennifer Koh Presents "Back to the Future: Immigrant Speech Rights Yesterday and Tomorrow" -- University of Georgia School of Law
Professor Jennifer Lee Koh participated on the panel “Back to the Future: Immigrant Speech Rights Yesterday and Tomorrow" for the University of Georgia School of Law's Georgia Law Review Symposium. The symposium, titled "Immigrants and the First Amendment: Defining the Borders of Noncitizen Free Speech and Free Exercise Claims," took place in Athens, Georgia on March 18.
Via the symposium program:
From John Lennon to Charlie Chaplin to many less famous immigrants, United States immigration history is riddled with deportation or exclusion decisions based on immigrants' expression. Looking to the future, it is possible that constitutional free speech rights are best shored up by legislative and administrative solutions.
Additional information may be found at Georgia Law Review Symposium