PLF tells the Supreme Court that California’s AB5 singles out political canvassers to prohibit them from working as independent contractors, an impermissible regulation of a profession based on its members’ speech.
April 07, 2023 2023-04-07
Supreme Court of the United States
Speech codes adopted by bar associations will silence lawyers who advocate for controversial clients or principles. The history of politically motivated ethics enforcement should give bar associations pause.
November 27, 2022 2022-11-27
United States Court of Appeal for the Third Circuit
California’s AB5 singles out political canvassers to prohibit them from working as independent contractors, an impermissible regulation of a profession based on its members’ speech.
November 04, 2022 2022-11-04
United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit
On behalf of PLF Client Prof. Elizabeth Weiss, PLF tells the Fourth Circuit that academics should be allowed to prove their claims when institutions retaliate against them for their speech or opinions.
September 06, 2023 2023-09-06
United States Court of Appeal for the Fourth Circuit
Colleges and universities cannot discriminate based on race in their admissions processes
December 14, 2021 2021-12-14
Supreme Court of the United States
Colleges and universities cannot discriminate based on race in their admissions processes
March 30, 2021 2021-03-30
Supreme Court of the United States
The Voting Rights Act Guarantees Equal Opportunity to Vote, Not Equal Racial Outcomes
February 16, 2021 2021-02-16
Supreme Court of the United States
Ending discrimination against Asian-Americans at Harvard
April 21, 2020 2020-04-21
United States First Court of Appeals
Federal law deprives American Indian children of the “best interest of the child” standard in custody determinations
August 01, 2017 2017-08-01
Supreme Court of the United States

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