9 FIU L. Rev. i (2013)

handle is hein.journals/fiulawr9 and id is 1 raw text is: FIU LAW REVIEW
Volume 9                     Fall 2013                    Number I
@D 2013 by Florida Intenational University
SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES
Fish on Academic Freedom: A Merited Assault
on Nonsense, But Perhaps a Bridge Too Far................
.............................Lawrence Alexander              I
Why Bother with Academic Freedom .................Robert Post    9
Fish's Five Theories .........................Frederick Schauer  21
MICRO SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES
We Represent the Law Prof Guild .............. Scott A. Anderson  33
Academic Freedom and Judicial Independence ......... Wayne Batchis  35
Is Academic Freedom in Peril?
A View from the Trenches ...................... Sara R. Benson  37
Stanley Fish, the Meaning of Academic
Freedom and Social Responsibility ...............Peter Bowal  39
The Robinson Case   .......................... Charles Calleros  41
Neoliberalism and the Good Daddies
and Bad Daddies of Academic Freedom .........Stewart Chang  43
Justifying Academic Freedom .....  ................ Brian L. Frye  45
Narrative of Academic Freedom Post-9/1 1:
Deconstructing via Symmetry, Corporatization
and American Exceptionalism ................Saby Ghoshray   47
Clinical Legal Education and Academic Freedom ...... Brian Gilmore  51
Critiquing the AAUP Rule Protecting
Professors Against Complaints
by Non-Students .................... Arthur Gross-Schaefer,  53
Sona Gala,
and Warren Terry
A Modern Academic Priesthood .................. Andrew Kloster  55
Stanley Fish as Lord Grantham ...............Andrew Koppelman   57

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