Every week, Student Press Law Center attorneys answer a frequently asked question about student media law in “Legal Question of the Week.” Q: So, there's a new Instagram trend of photographing and posting pictures of people without their knowledge (or permission) and a number of such IG accounts have cropped up about our school. The… Continue reading Can students take photos of other students in school without their knowledge?
Tag: B.L. v Mahanoy
SPLC’s 5 minute guide to B.L. v. Mahanoy
Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L., No 20-255 B.L. v. Mahanoy is a free expression case the Supreme Court decided in June 2021. The case has major implications for public school students across the country. This page is a primer for reporters, students and teachers who want a quick explanation of the case and how… Continue reading SPLC’s 5 minute guide to B.L. v. Mahanoy
SPLC Responds to the Mahanoy v. B.L. Ruling
The Mahanoy decision shows strong support of free speech for students, but also underscores the hypocrisy of previous court decisions.
MEDIA ADVISORY: SPLC attorneys are available to provide analysis of Mahanoy v. B.L.
Student Press Law Center attorneys are available to speak with media about the ruling in this major student speech case and its implications.