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Geoffrey R. Stone : Courses and Seminars

Greenberg Seminar: Rebels
LAWS 95902
In this seminar, which will meet in our home five times during the year, we will read and discuss biographies of women who have challenged the status quo, such as Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger, Rosa Parks, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Preference is given to 3L students. Graded Pass/Fail.
Autumn 2015
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey
Constitutional Law II: Freedom of Speech
LAWS 40201
This course explores the doctrine and theory of the constitutional law of freedom of speech. The subjects for discussion include advocacy of unlawful conduct, defamation, invasion of privacy, commercial speech, obscenity and pornography, offensive speech, symbolic expression, protest in public places, regulation of campaign finance, and selective government subsidies of speech. Students who have completed Constitutional Law IV are ineligible to enroll in this course. The grade is based on a final in-class examination.
Winter 2016
Geoffrey R. Stone
Greenberg Seminar: Rebels
LAWS 95902
In this seminar, which will meet in our home five times during the year, we will read and discuss biographies of women who have challenged the status quo, such as Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger, Rosa Parks, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Preference is given to 3L students. Graded Pass/Fail.
Winter 2016
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey
Greenberg Seminar: Rebels
LAWS 95902
In this seminar, which will meet in our home five times during the year, we will read and discuss biographies of women who have challenged the status quo, such as Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger, Rosa Parks, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Preference is given to 3L students. Graded Pass/Fail.
Spring 2016
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey