kendem at SELWAY.UMT.EDU
Sun Apr 1 19:25:38 PDT 2001
Freedom of Speech and True ThreatsI recall a case where Justice Scalia said that American constitutional law disputes normally should not be resolved by looking for help in foreign or comparative constitutional decisions. I even have a vague recollection that Scalia relied on the Federalist Papers for this assertion. I thought Justice Breyer disagreed with him. Does anyone know what case this is or was it in fact a non-constitutional case? (or am I simply imagining things!) Thanks for the help. Mark Kende, Univ. Montana
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From: Volokh, Eugene
To: CONLAWPROF at listserv.ucla.edu
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 6:57 PM
Subject: Freedom of Speech and True Threats
By the way, apropos the Nuremberg Files case, a student of mine -- Jennifer Rothman -- has just written a first-rate article on Freedom of Speech and True Threats. She's currently circulating it to the various law reviews, and already has an offer on it. I've put a copy of it up on my site, at http://www.law.ucla.edu/faculty/volokh/rothman.htm if you're at all interested in this subject, you should definitely check out this piece.
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