RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA — Campbell Law Review will host its annual symposium, “The Chilling Impact on First Amendment Rights and #MeToo after Depp v. Heard,” beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. The 2023 symposium, which will be held at Jitti in downtown Raleigh, will focus on the legal and cultural implications of the Depp v. Heard defamation trial, according to organizers.
The discussions will focus on the impact of defamation, the #MetToo movement, freedom of speech and the freedom of the press. Specific speakers will be announced soon. The event will include a social hour, seated dinner, panel and Q&A.
Last year, Campbell Law Review’s symposium offered solution-themed panels regarding the legalization of marijuana, and the legal implications within this realm that pertain to the non-delegation doctrine and qualified immunity.
Campbell Law students, staff and faculty are able to attend this event free of charge.
This event, which offers three CLE credits for N.C, attorneys, costs $10.50 to attend. Registration is available this link.
Questions? Contact Clare Poston ’23 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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