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Noah Feldman: Students can speak freely, thanks to cheerleader

In a landmark First Amendment opinion, the Supreme Court has limited schools’ ability to punish students for off-campus speech. In a case involving a cheerleader who was suspended from her team after criticizing her coaches and the cheer program in a profane Snapchat post, the court held that the school had gone too far.
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Noah Feldman: Students can speak freely, thanks to cheerleader

Tired of ads? Subscribers enjoy a distraction-free reading experience. In a landmark First Amendment opinion, the Supreme Court has limited schools’ ability to punish students for off-campus speech. In a case involving a cheerleader who was suspended from her team after criticizing her coaches and the cheer program in a profane Snapchat post, the court held that the school had gone too far.
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Noah Feldman: Supreme Court puts NCAA on notice for athletes’ salaries

In an important 9-0 opinion, the Supreme Court upheld a lower court decision saying that the NCAA is violating the antitrust laws by denying educational benefits to student-athletes. The court didn’t say it’s unlawful for the NCAA to stop member schools from paying athletes outright — but only because that issue wasn’t before the court.
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Noah Feldman: Supreme Court’s 9-0 ruling on gay foster parents divides justices

Tired of ads? Subscribers enjoy a distraction-free reading experience. In a highly technical opinion, the Supreme Court held Thursday in Fulton v. Philadelphia that Catholic Social Services is exempt from municipal laws that would have required it to place foster children with gay couples. Yet despite this result, the case isn’t the win that religious liberty advocates wanted.
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Noah Feldman: What does Brett Kavanaugh think of precedent? Here’s another clue

The Supreme Court faces three major issues in our current historical moment: precedent, precedent and precedent. The big question: Will the justices limit abortion rights by overturning the 50-year precedent of Roe v. Wade or the 30-year precedent of Casey v. Planned Parenthood? To try to anwer it, court watchers like me spend a lot of our time reading the tea leaves of even relatively minor Supreme Court opinions. And on this issue, no kind of tea is more important than the one that comes in the box labeled Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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Noah Feldman: No, COVID vaccine mandates don’t violate the Nuremberg code

A lawsuit in Texas is challenging a hospital’s requirement that its employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to work. The case isn’t going anywhere, legally speaking. But the central claim is worth examining because it’s at the core of a lot of vaccine hesitation. The Texas plaintiffs, either working...
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