Sex, Race, and Politics

Free Speech on Campus (Second Edition)
Keith Fink
©2012, 384 pages

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    Sex, Race, and Politics: Free Speech on Campus provides a highly entertaining and academic look at free speech and association issues on the college campus. The presentation of the legal material mixed in with humorous fact patterns makes analysis of the cutting edge campus speech issues enjoyable. Each section includes in-depth discussion questions to encourage a deeper engagement and understanding of the text. Readers will come away with a command of the free speech rights of students and teachers, as well as understanding the meaning and implications of sexual and racial laws as applied in the school setting.

    Keith Fink is an active trial lawyer, and the founder of the law firm Fink & Steinberg, which has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Macau. His legal practice focuses on employment and business litigation. He also serves as a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles and Southwestern Law School, and is a leading authority on harassment laws and free speech issues. Professor Fink is routinely retained to investigate sexual harassment complaints, to provide training on sexual harassment, and to speak on legal issues.
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    Absolutely enjoyable coverage of current controversial free speech issues on campus. Mr. Fink’s unique approach in weaving in popular culture to his fact patterns and discussion notes should make this book a page turner for his students.
    —Professor Thomas Miller, UCLA Communications

    I have always loved listening to Mr. Fink speak on the interplay of sexual harassment, free speech and academic freedom and am thrilled he has written such a wonderful book. The material in the book is of vital importance to students, educators and the public as college is the marketplace of ideas.
    —Professor Lindsay Curcio, New York Law School