Follow the Truth Wherever It May Lead: The Supreme Court's Truths and Myths of Academic Freedom
Thro, William E.
"Follow the Truth Wherever It May Lead: The Supreme Court's Truths and Myths of Academic Freedom,"
University of Dayton Law Review: Vol. 45:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/udlr/vol45/iss2/4
William E. Thro is General Counsel for the University of Kentucky, former Solicitor General of Virginia, and an award-winning education law scholar. He is the recipient of Stetson University's Kaplin Award for Higher Education Law & Policy Scholarship, the Education Law Association's MeGhehey Award (contributions to education law), the National Association of College & University Attorneys' Fellow Award (scholarship concerning higher education law), and the National Education Finance Academy's Distinguished Research Fellow Award (contributions to education finance). Mr. Thro writes in his personal capacity, and his views do not constitute the views of the University of Kentucky. This Article is adapted Irom Mr. Thro's presentation to the University of Dayton School of Law's Education Confercnce in July 2019.