SUpra 2014

The Uncertain Trumpet: Disaster Communications and the Law

In this Article, Jeff Reinhardt presents practical insights on disaster communications and public information from the perspective of an elected official, an FCC licensed Amateur Radio (ham) operator, and a public affairs leader at a public utility that helps respond to wildfires and earthquakes. Working from Reinhardt’s insights, Russ Randle, an attorney who has advised […]

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The Slow Evolution of Second Amendment Law

Abstract: In The Second Amendment Goes to College, I argued that “gun-free zones” on public college and university campuses are constitutionally permissible under strict scrutiny because the policy is narrowly tailored to achieve the compelling interests of academic freedom and public safety.  More specifically, I argued that the academic freedom doctrine, which is enshrined in […]

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