After a Stanford Assoicate Dean and Law School students verbally chased away a Federal Judge who had come to speak on campus, the Law School will now require mandatory training for all students on issues of free speech and the First Amendment.
- Stanford Law Students did not understand the First Amendment and concepts of free speech.
- Faculty will be trained on university rules concerning disrupted events and are expected to ensure protections for free speech.
- Associate Dean Tirien Steinbach, who treated the Judge with disrespect is currently on leave. She spoke about the importance of “Free speech” while simultaneously preventing him from speaking.
Letter from Stanford Law School Dean Jenny Martinez to the campus community, March 22, 2023 | The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (thefire.org)
The answer to speech you disagree with is more speech, not censorship.
“We are a nation of idiots” is a new category on this blog.