On September 12, Oxford University Press released The Dynamic Free Speech Clause: Free Speech and its Relation to Other Constitutional Rights, the latest book by Professor Timothy Zick.
The Dynamic Free Speech Clause examines the historical and fluid relationships between freedom of speech and other constitutional rights, including equal protection, abortion, the free exercise of religion, and the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. The book assesses the products and consequences of these dynamic intersections, and draws important lessons from them about freedom of speech and constitutional rights more generally. Erwin Chemerinsky, who is the Dean and Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law at University of California, Berkeley School of Law, praised the book as “stunning in its originality and importance.”
A prolific scholar, award-winning teacher, and member of the William & Mary faculty since 2008, Professor Zick has written three books and more than two dozen articles which have explored a wide variety of constitutional issues, with a special focus on the First Amendment.
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