Blockchain software, like Bitcoin, are computer programs that allow users to transmit information to one another within the confines of a distributed-ledger transaction model. Some blockchain advocates argue that software systems like Bitcoin are shielded by the First Amendment and exempt from regulation under several theories
FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Member, Roberto Lopez, authored “Preferred Pronoun Laws and the First Amendment: When Transgender Activism Clashes with the Prohibition on Compelled Speech” on January 3, 2019, for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.
Ultimately, the Courts will have to decide at what point laws concerning “preferred pronouns” can be understood to be protecting the rights of citizens rather than impermissibly “prescrib[ing] what shall be orthodox.”
Articles Editor Farosha Andasheva discusses whether preventing individuals who propagate racist, sexist, and xenophobic ideologies from speaking on college campuses is a disservice to the free speech ideals of the First Amendment.
Articles Editor Alejandra Ramirez analyses judicial procedures in church property disputes and argues for a neutral approach to resolving such disputes.
Articles Editor Rosangel Rodriguez writes about the differences between protected and defamatory humor.