Unpublished Supplement to Another Worthy Tradition

9 Pages Posted: 11 Apr 2005

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Marvin Ammori

Stanford Law School - Center for Internet & Society; Democracy Fund (Omidyar Group)

Date Written: April 5, 2005


I published an article in the Missouri Law Review, called "Another Worthy Tradition: How the Free Speech Curriculum Ignores Electronic Media and Distorts Free Speech Doctrine." The cite is 70 Missouri L. Rev. 59 (2005). In that article, in Part III, I examined a sample of First Amendment textbooks used in the top ten ranked law schools. I wrote the first draft of that article, however, in 2003 while a third-year law student at Harvard Law School. By the time it was accepted and going through edits, it was September of 2004. So I updated my sample. As a result, I analyzed some different books. This file includes the textbooks in the previous sample that I had to drop in the new sample.

This file has not gone through law review revision, nor my own exhaustive revision. If there are flaws in it, I would be happy to correct them. I provide the analysis of the other textbooks merely because they provide more evidence for my findings, and because they may interest a curious reader.

Keywords: First Amendment, Free Speech, Law Teaching

Suggested Citation

Ammori, Marvin, Unpublished Supplement to Another Worthy Tradition (April 5, 2005). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=699902 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.699902

Marvin Ammori (Contact Author)

Stanford Law School - Center for Internet & Society ( email )

Palo Alto, CA
United States

Democracy Fund (Omidyar Group) ( email )

1200 17th Street NW
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Washington, DC 20036
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