On November 15, 2019, Not Your Father’s First Amendment will bring together leading scholars and practitioners to explore the possibilities of an inclusive First Amendment for an era of advancing racial and gender equality, political polarization, and technological interconnectedness.
Can the First Amendment transcend its origins and adapt to current conditions and dilemmas? Has the First Amendment become an obstacle? Or is the First Amendment good enough, despite the limitations of its original authors’ and mid-twentieth century interpreters’ viewpoints?
About Drexel Law Review
Drexel Law Review is a general interest journal run by students at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Drexel Law Review is committed, first and foremost, to publishing high quality scholarship focused on meaningful legal issues. Our organization is comprised of second- and third-year students who have demonstrated strong academic and legal writing skills, and whose diverse interests, activities, and backgrounds add value to Drexel Law Review.