An unfortunate incident involving out-of-hand heckling of Judge Duncan at Stanford Law School, compounded by an administrator fanning the flames, led to an apology from Stanford’s president. Aside of general problems with good manners and common sense, this sort of thing isn’t even good protesting; cf. Tinker v. Des Moines ISD, 393 U.S. 503 (1969) (protecting “a silent, passive expression of opinion, unaccompanied by any disorder or disturbance on the part of petitioners”).

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