Providing testimony before the US Senate, analyzing Supreme Court decisions for SCOTUSBlog, commenting on everything from regional disparities in children’s asylum approvals to food waste to sentencing to the legalization of polyamorous relationships, being appointed to judgeships, penning op-eds for The New York Times, and MUCH MORE, in the latest edition of Thinkers & Doers.
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Academic Freedom at UC Hastings
The Faculty Executive Committee adopted this policy in 2011 after consultation with individual faculty members.
UC Hastings is committed to the principle that the pursuit of knowledge and the free expression of ideas is at the heart of the academic mission, whether in the classroom, in the selection of clinical projects and clients, and in research, scholarship, public presentations, and contributions to public fora. This is especially true when the ideas or subjects are unpopular or controversial in society, as orthodox ideas need no protection. No person or organization outside the academic community should be permitted to determine which ideas or projects may be explored, expressed, supported or endorsed. Read the full policy here.