Dylan Salzman

Volume 89.4
The Constitutionality of Orthodoxy: First Amendment Implications of Laws Restricting Critical Race Theory in Public Schools
Dylan Salzman
B.A. 2019, Middlebury College; J.D. Candidate 2023, The University of Chicago Law School

I would like to thank Professors Geoffrey Stone, Aziz Huq, and Genevieve Lakier for their guidance. Additional thanks go to the editors and staff of the University of Chicago Law Review for their thoughtful advice and insight. 

This Comment argues that existing doctrine supports recognizing a student right to be free from political orthodoxy in public education. It proposes a burden-shifting test for vindicating that right.