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Constitutional Law 

Faculty Research

imagePervasive Image Capture and the First Amendment: Memory, Discourse, and the Right to Record

What happens when the increasingly routine practice of capturing and sharing digital images collides with the law? The ubiquitous photos and videos of our digital age are challenging legal decision-makers in sometimes dramatic ways to come to grips with their First Amendment status.  Seth Kreimer addresses this timely topic in his University of Pennsylvania Law Review article.  

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Sample Penn Law Courses

  • Congress, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court
  • Democracy, Judicial Law-Making, & Constitutional Law
  • Feminist Legal Advocacy in the 20th Century
  • First Amendment in the 21st Century
  • Jurisprudence and Constitutional Theory
  • Political Philosophy of the Constitution

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Toll Public Interest Center

Toll Public Interest Center placements often intersect with constitutional issues.

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