Professor Tabatha Abu El-Haj will be a featured presenter at the Washington University Law Review Symposium focused on “The Roberts Court’s First Amendment” on Jan. 19.
The symposium will explore Supreme Court rulings that have reshaped the law of expressive freedom.
Abu El-Haj will take part in a discussion of “Labor and Free Speech,” joining Washington University Professors Pauline Kim and Mark Smith and attorney Benjamin Lipman of Lewis Rice.
An authority on the American political process and the sociology of law, Abu El Haj focuses on increasing the democratic accountability of political institutions through political participation.
Her scholarship includes, most recently, “Networking the Party: First Amendment Rights & the Pursuit of Responsive Party Government,” forthcoming in Columbia Law Review, and “’Live Free or Die’ – Liberty and the First Amendment,” forthcoming in Ohio State Law Journal.