Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Breif for the US Supreme Ct case dealing with off campus school authority

I expect that for the first time since the Vietnam War protest case, Tinker, the US Supreme Ct will help guide schools on what they can and can't do with off campus school. Having a big impact on myspace bashing sites and cyberbullying, this is the case to watch. This brief was filed by those opposing an expansive reading of the school's authority.

I'll try and find the other briefs.

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