SATURDAY, APRIL 28th, 2018

8 am – 12 pm – Registration in Sterling Law Building Room 122

8:00 am – 8:55 am – Breakfast and Welcome by Floyd Abrams in the Law School Dining Hall

9:00 am – 10:00 am – First Session (Breakout Session)

Author  Paper Title  Discussant Room
Alan Chen  Free Speech, Rational Deliberation, and Some Truths About Lies  Joseph Blocher  121
Cristina Tilley  (Re)categorizing Defamation  Floyd Abrams  128
Bilyana Petkova  Privacy as Europe’s First Amendment  Kamel Ajji   129

 10:15 am – 11:15 am – Second Session (Breakout Session)

Author(s)  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Alex Tsesis  Speech, Privacy, and Digital Audiences Ashutosh Bhagwat  121
Luiz Krassuski & Eduardo Mendonça  The "Marco Civil da Internet" and the Precedents from The Brazilian Superior Court of Justice  Morgan Weiland  128
Genevieve Lakier  Imagining an Antisubordinating First Amendment  John Langford  129

11:30 am – 12:30 pm – Third Session (Breakout Session)

Author(s)  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Bendor Ariel & Michal Tamir  Prior Restraint in the Digital Age Sonja R. West  121
Ashutosh Bhagwat   The First Amendment and Democratic Citizenship Christina Koningisor  128

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – Lunch at the Law School Dining Hall

1:30 pm – 3:00 pm – Fourth Session (Plenary Panel) – The First Amendment Online

Author  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Kate Klonick Facebook versus Sullivan  Jack Balkin  127
Anna Wennakoski  The Paradox Called Information Neutrality and The Politicization of Information Infrastructures  Jack Balkin  127
Morgan Weiland  The Paradox for Platforms-As-Press: Unwinding This Analogy to Solve the Problem of Platform Accountability  Jack Balkin  127

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm – Fifth Session (Breakout Session)

Author  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Sarah C. Haan The Post-Truth First Amendment  RonNell Andersen Jones 128
Scott Skinner-Thompson Recording as Heckling Jonathan Manes 129

 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm – Sixth Session (Breakout Session)

Author  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr The Disappearing First Amendment: On the Decline of Freedom of Speech and the Growing Problem of Inequality Among Speakers  Genevieve Lakier 121
Claudia Haupt  Licensing Knowledge  Helen Norton 128
Jenny E. Carroll  Graffiti, Speech, and Crime Thomas Kadri 129

  7 pm – 9:30 pm – Dinner (see program for address)

SUNDAY, APRIL 29th, 2018

8:30 am – 9:00 am – Breakfast at Law School Dining Hall

9:00 am – 10:00 am – Seventh Session (Plenary) – The Right of Publicity

Author  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Jennifer Rothman The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World  Patrick Kabat  127
Thomas Kadri Drawing Trump Naked: Curbing the Right of Publicity to Protect Cultural Democracy Patrick Kabat 127

10:15 am – 11:15 am – Eighth Session (Breakout Session)

Author  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Hannah Bloch-Wehba  Global Speech Governance  Jane Kirtley  121
Brian Hutler  Speaker Anonymity as a Shield or a Sword  David Pozen 128
Helen Norton  Discrimination, Information, and the First Amendment  Claudia Haupt  129

11:30 pm – 12:30 pm – Ninth Session (Breakout Session)

Author(s)  Paper Title  Discussant  Room
Enrique Armijo The Freedom of Non-Speech  Alan Chen


Jacob Hutt  After Packingham: Challenging Social Media Bans on Parolees and Probationers Convicted of Sex Offenses  Hannah Bloch-Wehba  128
Frank D. LoMonte & Clay Calvert  The Open Mic, Unplugged: Challenges to Viewpoint-Based Constraints on Public-Comment Periods Rachael L. Jones 127

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm – Tenth Session (Lunchtime Plenary Panel) – Candidate, Presidential, and Government Speech

Author  Paper Title  Discussant Room
Josh Blackman Presidential Free Speech David Schulz 127
Cynthia Boyer  The U.S. President’s Exercise of Free Speech on Social Media: Constitutional Issues and Challenges  David Schulz 127
Caroline Mala Corbin  Limits on Government Speech  David Schulz 127
James Weinstein Free Speech and Domain Allocation: A Suggested Framework for Analyzing the Constitutionality of Prohibition of Lies in Political Campaigns  David Schulz 127