First Amendment Rights on Campus: Navigating Free Speech Issues for Students, Employees & Visitors
This class for UGA faculty and staff explores the legal frameworks governing speech and expression rights for members of the UGA community. Topic areas covered include, without limitation: forum analysis, time/place/manner restrictions, hate speech, public employee doctrine, academic freedom and heckler’s veto.
Participants will learn about significant court decisions relating to speech rights in the higher education context and see how First Amendment principles are applied to case studies.
Presenters: Marshall Chalmers, Office of Legal Affairs & Clare Norins, UGA School of Law First Amendment Clinic
People interested in attending need to register via the Professional Education Portal accessible through UGA's Training & Development website: https://hr.uga.edu/employees/training/