Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Following up on my recent posts:
- Randall Kennedy (Harvard) & Eugene Volokh (UCLA), We Reply to Anonymous Above The Law Columnist's Response to Our "The New Taboo: Quoting Epithets in the Classroom and Beyond"
- Randall Kennedy (Harvard) & Eugene Volokh (UCLA), The Case For Quoting the N-word in University Classrooms. If the Slur Is Mentioned in Key Court Decisions, It Should Not Be Taboo in Law Schools. (Washington Post op-ed)
- Lawprofblawg (Anonymous Professor, Top 100 Law School), In Which I Respond to Professors Kennedy andVolokh (Again)
- Lawprofblawg (Anonymous Professor, Top 100 Law School), My Last Words On Kennedy and Volokh’s Use Of Racial Slurs In The Law School Classroom
- National Jurist, Academic Freedom: More Law Professors Are Treading Lightly in Today’s Classrooms
- Joe Patrice (Above the Law), Law School Professor Just Won’t Stop Begging To Use Racial Slurs
- Eugene Volokh (UCLA), Recent Developments in Controversies About Quoting Slurs from Court Cases
- Washington Post editorial, The Rutgers Law Student Shouldn’t Have Used the N-word. But We Can Learn From the Controversy.