Public colleges and universities are generally bound by the federal and state constitutions in ways that private schools are not. In California, however, a state law popularly known as the “Leonard Law” prohibits non-religious private schools from disciplining students for speech that would otherwise be protected by “the First Amendment to the United States Constitution or Section 2 of Article I of the California Constitution.” Controversy has arisen in recent years over whether the Leonard Law also protects the free-association rights of students at California’s private universities.

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