Do Student Fees Violate Student Rights?
Two University of California-Berkeley Law School Students argued a case as part of the McBorne Moot Court competition at the law school. At issue is whether or not mandatory student fees at public universities violate First Amendment rights.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- David Becker Co-Director University of California, Berkeley->McBorne Moot Court Competition
- Jonathan Gass Student University of California, Berkeley->Boalt Hall School of Law
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Cynthia Hall Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Ninth Circuit
- Herma Hill Kay Dean University of California, Hastings College of the Law
- Joyce Kennard Justice California Supreme Court
- Thomas Peckham Student University of California, Berkeley->Boalt Hall School of Law
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