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Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky is to constitutional law as Mick Jagger is to rock and roll. So towering is his reputation that, when tasked by a judge with making contact with him, I was shocked to find that Dean Chemerinsky answers his own phone, at least sometimes.
In typical Chemerinsky fashion, he’s surveyed a series of cases for the American Bar Association’s journal—including several that appear unrelated at first—to sketch out the stakes for First Amendment jurisprudence at the Supreme Court this term. A slightly more accessible take on this quintet of challenges—no law degree needed—follows.