SPLC is deeply concerned by the unusual and harmful comments and steps taken by The Hilltop’s staff adviser to restrict student journalists
The Student Press Law Center recognizes the Rocky Mountain Collegian at Colorado State University for exposing a professor's misconduct.
Congratulations to Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov as they represent brave journalists everywhere, including student journalists, who uncover hard facts and engage in fact-based journalism.
This presentation begins with a brief introduction of the history and goals behind copyright. It then explores some of the basics of copyright, including questions about copyright eligibility, copyright duration, registration, obtaining copyright permissions and its distinction from other intellectual property rights (patent, trademark) and plagiarism. Finally, considerable time is spent discussing copyright law's Fair… Continue reading Copyright Law Presentation
The Student Press Law Center is searching for an intern to work on Student Press Freedom Day 2022: Unmute Yourself!
SPLC is speaking with student editors about their love for journalism, our changing times, and how censorship connects to all of it.
On Constitution Day (and every day), we at SPLC want you to remember: the Constitution protects student press freedom.
SPLC is seeking a staff attorney with a passion for press freedom and defending the First Amendment rights of student journalists.
We’re looking for a dynamic, creative, experienced Advocacy and Organizing Associate to help build this powerful movement for student press freedom.
The Student Press Law Center has submitted formal comments to the Tennessee Department of Education urging it to amend draft regulations implementing the state’s new ban on so-called “prohibited concepts" to ensure that student journalists will not be penalized under the new law. The SPLC has called upon Commissioner of Education Dr. Penny Schwinn to… Continue reading SPLC urges Tennessee to protect student media from investigation