FESC 3 Agenda

The basic workshop format will be as follow: The discussant (not the author) will present the paper to the group and provide initial comments (no more than 10 minutes). The author may choose to respond at that point (no more than 5 minutes), and then the workshop will proceed into a roundtable discussion moderated by the discussant.

The expectation is that all workshop participants will have read the paper beforehand.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Registration - Room 122

8:30 am - 9:00 am — Breakfast – Dining Hall

9:00 am - 9:15 am — Welcome & Introduction – Dining Hall

9:15 am - 10:30 am — First Session (Breakout Session)

Alex Tsesis

Balancing Free Speech

Discussant:

Step Feldman

Room 120

Josh Blackman

Collective Liberty

Discussant:

Kiel Brennen-

Marquez

Room 121

Renee Knake

Competition, Capture, Commercial Speech, and the Courts

Discussant:

BJ Ard

Room 128

Brian Soucek

Aesthetic Judgment in Law

Discussant:

Kate Klonick

Room 129

 

 

 

11:00 am - 12:15 pm — Second Session (Breakout Session)

Sonja West

“The Press” Then and Now

Discussant:

RonNell Anderson Jones

Room 120

Ashutosh Bhagwat

Who’s Afraid of Content Regulation

Discussant:

Lauren Henry

Room 121

Andrew Tutt

On the Regulation of Speech Contracts

Discussant:

Ariel Bendor

Room 128

Enrique Armijo

The “Ample Alternative Channels” Mistake in First Amendment Doctrine

Discussant:

Kerry Monroe

Room 129

 

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm — Lunch (Dining Hall)

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm — Third Session (Plenary Panel)

Rick Hasen

Money, Politics and the Decline of American Democracy

Moderator:

Jack Balkin

Room 129

Tabatha Abu El-Haj

Having a Different Conversation about Money and Politics

 

3:30pm - 4:45pm — Fourth Session (Breakout Session)

Malvika Maheshwari

Artistic Speech in the Indian Courts: Law and the Production of Violence

Discussant:

Helen Norton

Room 120

Sarah Haan

Mosaic Disclosure, the Firm, and the First Amendment

 

Discussant:

David Blankfein-

Tabachnick

Room 121

Caroline Corbin

Speech or Conduct? The Cake Wars

Discussant:

David Han

Room 128

Maggie McKinley

Lobbying and the Petition Clause

Discussant:

Heidi Kitrosser

Room 129

 

5:15 pm - 6:30 pm — Fifth Session (Breakout Session)

 

Heidi Kitrosser

The Special Value of Public Employee Speech

Discussant:

Jonathan Manes

Room 121

Step Feldman

Reimagining Free Expression in the Digital Age: A Self-Emergence Rationale (With an Emphasis on Net Neutrality)

Discussant:

Alex Tsesis

Room 128

Stefanus Hendrianto

Hamlet with the Prince: Religious Speech as High Value Speech in the Culture Wars

Discussant:

Caroline Corbin

Room 129

 

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm — Dinner 

 

 

Sunday, May 3, 2015

8:30 am - 9:00 am — Breakfast

9:00 am - 10:15 am — Sixth Session (Breakout Session)

Michael Froomkin

Lessons Learned too Well: Anonymity in a Time of Surveillance

Discussant:

Christina Mulligan

Room 121

Tamara Piety

Killing the Golden Goose: Will Blended Advertising and Editorial Content Kill Both

Discussant:

Roy Peled

Room 128

Aleksandra Gliszczynska / Dominika Bychawska-

Siniarska

Nazi Songs, Extremist Books, and Fascist Insignia on Sale: Case Study of Allegro in Poland

Discussant:

Adam Lamparello

Room 129

 

10:45am – 12:00 pm — Seventh Session (Breakout Session)

Vince Blasi

The Classic Arguments for Free Speech: Milton

Discussant:

Thomas Healy

Room 121

Greg Magarian

Speakers, Cornered: The Roberts Court in the Public Forum

Discussant:

Mark Tushnet

Room 128

Hannah Bloch-Wehba

Beyond Standing: How National Security Surveillance Undermines the Reporters Privilege and a Free Press

Discussant:

Colin Agur

Room 129

 

12:15 pm - 2:00 pm — Eighth Session (Lunchtime Plenary Panel)

Margot Kaminski

The Right to Record and How it Interferes with Information Gathering Laws

Moderator:

Neil Richards

Room 127

 

Alan Chen and Justin Marceau

Video Image Capture, Democracy and the First Amendment

Marc Blitz, Stephen Henderson, and Joseph Thai

Regulating Drones Under the First Amendment

 

2:15 pm - 3:30 pm — Ninth Session (Breakout Session)

Mark Tushnet

The Distinction Between First Amendment Coverage and First Amendment Protection, and its Significance

Discussant:

Sarah Haan

Room 121

BJ Ard

Zero-Rating: Toward a Purposive Approach to Network Neutrality

Discussant:

Deven Desai

Room

Jonathan Manes

Secret Law

Discussant:

Andrew Selbst

Room 128

Amanda Shanor

The New Lochner

Discussant:

Vince Blasi

Room 129