Unfit to Print: Government Speech and the First Amendment


Each year, the UCLA School of Law hosts the Melville B. Nimmer Memorial Lecture. Since 1986, the lecture series has served as a forum for leading scholars in the fields of copyright and First Amendment law. The UCLA Law Review has regularly published these lectures, and proudly continues that tradition by publishing an Article based on this year’s Nimmer Lecture, presented by Professor Seana Valentine Shiffrin.

About the Author

Seana Valentine Shiffrin is Pete Kameron Professor of Law and Social Justice at the UCLA School of Law and Professor of Philosophy at UCLA