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After a recent controversial protest of a federal judge, Stanford Law School has mandated a free speech training course for students

Recently, Stuart Kyle Duncan, a federal appeals, was interrupted numerous times when he tried to give a speech at Stanford Law School. In response to the controversy that ensued, Stanford Law School has announced that students will be required to take a free speech training. Check out the New York Times story below for more information on this recent controversial free speech event.