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Clashing Rights Clashing Rights: Free Speech and Reproductive Autonomy

On April 25, 2014, prominent legal scholars and practitioners gathered at the law school to explore the relationship between free speech and reproductive autonomy. Panel discussions focused on key issues, including the rights of physicians to speak freely to their patients, the rights of abortion protesters to have their message heard and the way that courts should review the clash of rights.

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Dean Jeremy Paul
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Professor Wendy Parmet
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Panel 1: Understanding the Conflict
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Jessie Hill, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Research, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
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Glenn Cohen, Jessie Hill, Renée Landers and Professor Martha Davis
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Renée Landers, Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School
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Marty Walz, President and CEO, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts
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Bebe Anderson, Director of U.S. Legal Program, Center for Reproductive Rights
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Marty Walz, Bebe Anderson and Brigitte Amiri '99
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Bebe Anderson, Director of U.S. Legal Program, Center for Reproductive Rights and Professor Aziza Ahmed
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Brigitte Amiri '99, Senior Staff Attorney, Reproductive Freedom Project, American Civil Liberties Union