The Fordham Law Review’s spring symposium convened leading First Amendment and Internet law scholars from across the country on April 7 to present scholarly works addressing the tenuous balance between online free speech and national security concerns.

The symposium, “Terrorist Incitement on the Internet,” featured presentations from 14 renowned law professors with panels examining how the U.S. Constitution might apply to the regulation of terrorist speech in the Internet Age, the role social media plays in terrorist incitement, and inter-doctrinal policy challenges raised by critical race theory and human behavior in the online context. The professors’ papers on the symposium topic will be published in the Fall 2017 edition of the Fordham Law Review.