Professor Mead Publishes Article and Blog Post on First Amendment Protections of Charitable Speech

Professor Joseph Mead’s article, “The First Amendment Protection of Charitable Speech,” has been published by the Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore.  The article is available here.

In addition, Professor Mead has also published a blog post about this article at the ACLU of Ohio website, available here.  Both the article and the blog argue that many Ohio cities have passed laws restricting charitable solicitation and/or panhandling that violate the First Amendment right to express a need.

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2 Responses to Professor Mead Publishes Article and Blog Post on First Amendment Protections of Charitable Speech

  1. Christopher L Sagers says:

    GOOD JOB JOE!!!

    ______________________________________ Christopher L. Sagers James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law Cleveland State University 2121 Euclid Ave., LB 138 Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 687-2319 Visit my pages on SSRN and the Huffington Post

    MY EMAIL ADDRESS HAS CHANGED: IT IS NOW c.sagers@csuohio.edu. THANKS!

    ________________________________

  2. Christopher L Sagers says:

    so . . . just one, small, guardedly personal question . . . do we think the increase in peer assessment is noise or no?

    And if so, do we think any of our particular activities, like scholar visits, programs, outreach, influenced the movement?

    I know the answer is a hopeless and emphatic no to all of these questions, but I’d really like to believe scholarly work counts for *something,* somehow.

    ______________________________________ Christopher L. Sagers James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law Cleveland State University 2121 Euclid Ave., LB 138 Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 687-2319 Visit my pages on SSRN and the Huffington Post

    MY EMAIL ADDRESS HAS CHANGED: IT IS NOW c.sagers@csuohio.edu. THANKS!

    ________________________________

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