Public Employees, Private Speech (On-Demand CLE)

    Public Employees, Private Speech (On-Demand CLE)
    CLE 90 min

    Public Employees, Private Speech (On-Demand CLE)

    Whether you're a government lawyer, civil rights lawyer, public employee, student, or just interested in First Amendment issues, this program will provide you with valuable insight. Faculty will delve into recent hot-button trends and controversies surrounding the First Amendment as it is applied to public employees, and will explore employer restrictions on content and the consequences of government employee speech.

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      04/29/2020

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      03/30/2020

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    Due to the public nature of their jobs, government employees face increased scrutiny of their speech and expression by their employers. High-profile controversies over police shootings, promotions, racial profiling, attacks on law enforcement and race-based encounters have led to a sharp increase in public employees being disciplined for publicly posting commentary deemed offensive or incendiary. Public employees have been suspended for speaking out on issues including such as supporting the shooting of police officers, lauding police officers for shooting citizens, criticizing their students or co-workers, and mocking minorities or religions.

    Faculty will also examine the balancing act of what is protected speech after the Supreme Court cases of Garcetti v. Ceballos (2006) and Lane v. Franks (2014), and impart the resulting lessons for lawyers and public employees.

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Kevin Davis

    Panelists

    Alison Wilkinson, David Lee Hudson Jr, Larry W Watts, Paul Michael Secunda

    Sponsors

    ABA Journal, ABACLE, American Bar Association

    Product Code

    CE1705FSSOLC

    Duration

    95

    Publication Date

    5/15/2017 12:00:00 AM

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