We also represent an advocate threatened with contempt of court and disciplinary action in violation of her First Amendment rights, and a Texas Catholic Church challenging construction of the border wall on its land as substantially burdening the free exercise of religion.

Our Work

  • 10/8/20 – Filed a brief in the Northern District of Georgia explaining why Georgia state law violates the First Amendment by prohibiting the practice of consumer boycotts of Israel by any company or person who contracts with the state
  • 12/3/19 – Filed a brief in the Fifth Circuit explaining why Texas state law violates the First Amendment by prohibiting the practice of consumer boycotts of Israel by any company or person who contracts with the state
  • 10/21/19 – Filed a brief in the First Circuit arguing on the proper framework for assessing the scope of First Amendment protection for the act of recording a government official’s public conduct
  • 6/14/19 – Filed an amended complaint challenging as a First Amendment violation an Arkansas city police department’s removal of critical posts on its Facebook page
  • 4/17/19 – Filed a brief explaining how Virginia’s monuments law distorts government-speech doctrine and severely undermines local democracy by forcing cities to express unwanted messages in perpetuity
  • 4/15/19 – Filed a brief in the Eight Circuit explaining why Arkansas state law violates the First Amendment by prohibiting the practice of consumer boycotts of Israel by any company or person who contracts with the state
  • 3/20/19 – Wrote an op-ed explaining why President Trump’s use of Twitter to block his critics violates constitutional free speech protections
  • 11/13/18 – Filed a brief challenging White House retaliation against a member of the press
  • 10/18/18 – Filed a brief in the Second Circuit on behalf of leading First Amendment scholars arguing that President Trump’s use of Twitter to block his critics violates constitutional free speech protections
  • 9/26/18 – Wrote an op-ed explaining why it is unconstitutional for government officials to block constituents on their official social media sites
  • 7/18/18 – Filed a brief in the Fourth Circuit on behalf of leading First Amendment scholars arguing that a government official’s blocking of critics on Facebook violates constitutional free speech protections
  • 12/14/17 – Sent a letter to President Trump warning of Establishment Clause concerns regarding his anti-Muslim retweets
  • 11/6/17 – Filed a brief in the district court on behalf of leading First Amendment scholars arguing that President Trump’s use of Twitter to block his critics violates constitutional free speech protections