Clinical Assistant Professor & First Amendment Clinic Director Clare R. Norins authored a guest column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the recent U.S. Supreme Court Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L. decision addressing whether public schools may constitutionally regulate off-campus student speech. Norins argues that the ruling leaves students and their parents in limbo as to when, exactly, schools can reach outside the school house gate to regulate off-premises expression. The article titled "Public Schools can still wrongly punish off-campus student speech" was published on 6/28/21.

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