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The New York Times

Have Trump’s Lies Wrecked Free Speech?

Professor Sanford Levinson lends his expertise in a New York Times Opinion piece which examines a debate that has broken out over whether the constitutional protection of the First Amendment has become a threat to democracy.

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🤘STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: John C. Ruff ’22

For this edition of Texas Law’s Student Spotlight series, meet 2L John C. Ruff, Pro Bono Scholar and Staff Editor of The American Journal of Criminal Law and The Review of Litigation!

Trailblazing Lawhorn Julius Whittier Immortalized on Campus

Julius Whittier—a larger-than-life trailblazer as Texas’ first Black letterman, a member of the 1970 National Championship team, a Texas Law alum, and a triple Longhorn—has been honored with a larger-than-life bronze statue in the north end of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
Thomas M. Reavley

IN MEMORIAM: Thomas M. Reavley, Texas Legend and Texas Law Adjunct

The Hon. Thomas M. Reavley, who sat on the Texas Supreme Court before his appointment to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States, and who also found time for three separate stints as an Adjunct Professor at Texas Law, died on December 1 in Houston. He was 99.

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