Ken White

Ken White

Host of Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast

Ken White is a First Amendment litigator and criminal defense attorney at Brown White & Osborn LLP in Los Angeles, California.  He began his career as a federal prosecutor.  Since joining private practice in 2001, he’s maintained a white collar criminal defense practice and built a First Amendment practice defending defamation cases and advising clients about free speech issues.  He writes Popehat.com, a blog devoted to law, politics, and culture, and has written on free speech and criminal justice issues for the Los Angeles Times, the Daily Journal, Salon, Reason Magazine, National Review Online, and other publications.

Episodes
February 14, 2018
On The Job

Ken White explores the Garcetti v. Ceballos case, the results of which saddle government employees with a tough decision when reporting misconduct to their superiors.

January 31, 2018
The Schoolhouse Gates

Ken White dives into the Tinker v. Des Moines case and how it has impacted freedom of speech for students on campuses today.

January 31, 2018
Fighting Words

In this inaugural episode of Make No Law, the First Amendment Podcast by Popehat.com, host Ken White explores the Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire case and the ensuing “fighting words” doctrine, which is often cited in disputes over free speech in the United States.

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02/14/18

On The Job

01/31/18

Fighting Words

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