Author Archives: Adam Steinbaugh

About Adam Steinbaugh

Adam Steinbaugh is a second-year student at Loyola Law School, where he is a Technical Editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review. Hailing from Colorado, he migrated to Los Angeles and graduated from Whittier College with honors in Political Science, and served as president of the student body. He is primarily interested in freedom of speech theory and litigation, particularly in the context of higher education. He has previously worked in the field of internet security for Fox Interactive Media and enjoys a wide variety of music. Adam is not a lawyer and his opinions should not be taken as any form of legal advice.

Overland High School relents

The Denver Post reports that Overland High School in Cherry Creek, Colorado, has backed down from an apparent attempt at censorship of the student newspaper, and has extended an olive branch to the editors (and their advocates) by rescinding an … Continue reading

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A crash course in censorship in Colorado

At a Denver-area high school, editors of the student newspaper are learning a difficult lesson: embarrassing a school, even unintentionally, is a risky prospect when administrators control their ability to publish. Never mind the First Amendment, Colorado state law, or … Continue reading

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A sandbox

A brief first post: This blog has long been on the backburner. We intend to cover issues for law students, discuss First Amendment law and other legal issues, tackle the occasional parliamentary procedure, and maybe talk about some music. For … Continue reading

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