Gender Equality and the First Amendment Symposium & The Levine Lecture
The Fordham Law Review‘s first symposium of the year was held on November 1 & 2.
The Gender Equality and the First Amendment Symposium‘s five panels dealt with many difficult questions involving equality and free speech. The panels included:
On Campus: Trigger Warnings, Unsafe Spaces, and Hostile Classrooms;
Pornography, Nonconsensual Porn, and Hot Girls Wanted;
Power, Media, Women, and the First Amendment;
Words, Images, Misogyny, and the First Amendment; and
Being “Female” Online—Reputation, Self-Expression, and Privacy.
Read more about the Symposium here!
The 2018 Levine Lecture, Income Disparity, Gender Equality and Free Speech, was delivered by Sylvia Law, Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law, Medicine and Psychiatry Emerita and co-director of the Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Program at NYU School of Law, on November 1.