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ODW2221 – First Amendment In A Global Pandemic
During this global pandemic we have seen unprecedented alterations to our First Amendment rights involving the practice of religion, free speech, and assembly, to name a few.
Course Category: On-Demand Webinars
Course Level: Basic
CLE Credit: Substantive
CLE Hours: 1.5
Fees: $45 for Members and $65 for Non-members
Course Materials: Webinar recording and a PDF of the PowerPoint slides.
Description: During the global pandemic we have seen unprecedented alterations to our First Amendment rights involving the practice of religion, free speech, and assembly, to name a few. Some governments have altogether shut down traditional and designated public forums. Some have taken steps to halt in-person assemblies of individuals to worship.
The objectives of this on-demand webinar are to:
- Understand the development of our First Amendment rights, including freedom of speech, petition, assembly, and religion;
- Appreciate the complexities of the global pandemic affecting these constitutionally-protected freedoms;
- Recognize that the First Amendment law changes and it is challenged by new realities, global issues, and emerging technologies;
- Apply constitutional, case, and statutory law to First Amendment-related situations; and
- Establish a foundation for debate to assist others in appreciating these Constitutional rights in this new age.
Course Year: 2022
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