The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently found that a teacher's in-class use of a racial epithet was not protected by the First Amendment.
Teacher's In-Class Use of Racial Epithet Not Protected By First Amendment
About Swier Law Firm's Education Law Practice Group
Swier Law Firm recognizes the needs of South Dakota's school officials to obtain first-rate legal advice on a broad range of issues. Our Education Law Practice Group provides creative, timely, and cost-efficient legal strategies that balance the needs of students, parents, employees, and citizens with the interests of keeping a school district on solid legal footing.
The Group's attorneys author The South Dakota School Law Deskbook and South Dakota School Law Notes. The Group's attorneys also have years of experience teaching the popular "Education and the Law" class at the University of South Dakota School of Law.
Swier Law Firm serves as legal counsel for school districts throughout the state and for the School Administrators of South Dakota and its membership. SASD is an educational association comprised of over 800 school administrators (Superintendents, Business Managers, Principals, Special Education Directors, and Curriculum Directors) throughout South Dakota.