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    Hello everyone!

    Berkeley Law has come to the defense of free speech by inviting HLS professor Alan Dershowitz to give a talk about Israel to several Jewish student groups. The invitation quashes a drama after the university declined to provide Dershowitz with an on-campus location and cited a new policy that requires a minimum of eight weeks notice for events that expect to draw more than 200 students. This policy does not extend to the law school, so it stepped up, invited him to speak and provided a facility for the speech.

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