Are there subject matter limits to discussion and debate on the law school campus? Are certain ideas or legal topics beyond the pale of respectable discourse? How are law schools wrestling with sensitive and controversial topics in the educational setting? We sit down for a conversation on potential challenges and limits to free speech in America’s law schools. Russell K. Osgood of WashULaw shares his perspective and makes the case for robust free and varied speech as an essential ingredient to the forming of strong attorneys and in creating a more just legal system.