This case note focuses on the development of free speech rights and how those free speech rights co-exist with the rights of administrative bodies to regulate the speech and behavior of members. In particular, this case note examines the tension between the free speech rights of member schools trying to advertise the benefits of attending their school and the regulatory interests of an athletic association seeking to ensure fair athletic competition and academic priority over athletics.
Fair Play: The Tension Between an Athletic Association's Regulatory Power and Free Speech Rights of Member Schools - The Practical Implications of Tennessee v. Brentwood,
28 J. Nat’l Ass’n Admin. L. Judiciary
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