The Cavalier baseball team was not the only U.Va. entity that earned a victory in a high-stakes contest yesterday.
The U.Va. Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic scored a big win before the U.S. Supreme Court in Nevada Commission on Ethics v. Carrigan. In a case about a Nevada city councilor who refused to recuse himself on an issue involving a friend and campaign manager, the clinic held that a public official’s vote is not regarded the same as individual’s protected free speech.
The court unanimously sided with the law students’ position. You can read all about it here.
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