We Don’t Protect Student Speech As Much As We Think: Where Tinker Falls Short

By: Elizabeth Vanasse When discussing the rights of students to enjoy free speech, the frequently cited case is Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District.[1] This case is heralded as the “high-water mark” of students’ rights to freely express themselves and to enjoy constitutional rights in the school-building.[2] However, the reality of Tinker is Read more about We Don’t Protect Student Speech As Much As We Think: Where Tinker Falls Short[…]

Why Attachment Theory Should Play a Larger Role in the Courtroom

By: Kira Davis The “best interests of the child” has become the fundamental consideration in family courts.[1] In order to determine what is in the child’s “best interests” when deciding custody arrangements, courts consider multiple factors.[2] These factors include the child’s age, which party can continue to provide the child’s current routine, and which party Read more about Why Attachment Theory Should Play a Larger Role in the Courtroom[…]

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