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Some Learning Opportunities From The Imus Affair, Kenneth Lasson Apr 2007

Some Learning Opportunities From The Imus Affair, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

The author discusses the broader issues of free speech under the surface of the Don Imus affair, where that commentator made a gratuitous slur about the Rutgers women's basketball team. He balances this gaff against the good deeds of the same personality, comparing this with similar provocative remarks made by other well-known public figures. The media is cited for an overreaction to the Imus incident, and all these components are discussed in light of what free speech means.


Editor's Note: Law And Cinema: Some Introductory Thoughts To A Perspective, Morad Eghbal Jan 2007

Editor's Note: Law And Cinema: Some Introductory Thoughts To A Perspective, Morad Eghbal

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Viewing North Country: Sexual Harassment Goes To The Movies, Rebecca Korzec Jan 2007

Viewing North Country: Sexual Harassment Goes To The Movies, Rebecca Korzec

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Genre, Iconography And British Legal Film, Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn, Peter Robson Jan 2007

Genre, Iconography And British Legal Film, Steve Greenfield, Guy Osborn, Peter Robson

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.