What I Wish I Knew Then: Nadine Strossen

March 22, 2024


In "What I Wish I Knew Then" (New York Law Journal, March 22, 2024), Nadine Strossen, former President of the ALCU and Professor Emerita of Constitutional Law at New York Law School, dives into issues of particular interest to recent college and law school graduates. I found her take on the nuances of the first amendment to be especially illuminating.

"In defending freedom of speech, we are not defending a specific idea, nor are we necessarily opposing a specific idea," she said to partner Steve Cohen. "Rather we are defending a neutral principle, which benefits whichever idea is subject to suppression in any particular circumstance."

To read the full article, click on the link below.

What I Wish I Knew Then: Nadine Strossen | New York Law Journal