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Thursday, October 31 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Roundtable: Threats to Free Speech from the Left and the Right: Open Inquiry on College Campuses, and in the Culture

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Debates about political polarization, hate speech, and freedom of speech on college campuses raise legal questions, as well as cultural questions, about the public square. This session will cover policies, tactics, and messaging you need to engage in these debates.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Manley

Jim Manley

Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation
Jim Manley is an attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation, where he litigates in defense of free speech, economic liberty, and property rights. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Goldwater Institute and a co-author of the Institute’s Campus Free Speech Act, winner of the 2017 Bob Williams... Read More →
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Casey Mattox

Senior Fellow for Free Speech and Toleration, Charles Koch Institute
Casey Mattox is Vice President for Legal and Judicial Strategy for Americans for Prosperity and Senior Fellow for Free Speech and Toleration at the Charles Koch Institute. He is a First Amendment litigator by training and now works to develop strategies and empower legal partners... Read More →
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Pete Peterson

Dean, Pepperdine University
Pete Peterson is the dean of Pepperdine’s School of public policy, and a leading national speaker and writer on issues related to civic participation, and the use of technology to make government more responsive and transparent. He was the first executive director of the Davenport... Read More →
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Christopher Snapp

Institute for Humane Studies
Chris Snapp heads up the Network Relations capability at the Institute for Humane Studies. In his role, Chris works to foster strategic partnerships, bring IHS resources to university based centers and facilitate connections between academics and groups outside of the academy. He... Read More →


Thursday October 31, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm MDT