Professor Mark Scarberry Presents "Compelled Speech: The First Amendment and the Freedom Not to Speak" -- Santa Monica College Online
Professor Mark S. Scarberry presented "Compelled Speech: The First Amendment and the Freedom Not to Speak" for Constitution Day at a Santa Monica College live zoom event. Professor Scarberry joined University of Southern California law professor Jody Armour and UC Berkeley School of Law dean Erwin Chemerinsky as the featured event speakers.
From the Santa Monica Daily Press:
Mark S. Scarberry is a Professor of Law at the Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law. He graduated first in his class from UCLA Law School. After practicing law with the Jones Day firm, he joined the Pepperdine faculty in 1982. Professor Scarberry is the chair-elect of the Constitutional Law Section of the Association of American Law Schools. Author of several scholarly articles published in law journals, he is also the moderator of the “conlawprof” list, the primary internet discussion list for law professors and other academics who teach constitutional law. He has been deeply involved in issues of academic freedom and currently serves as chair of Pepperdine University’s Faculty Council.
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