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Students for Life at Miami University of Ohio, Hamilton v. Trustees of Miami University of Ohio

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Description:  Miami University of Ohio policies authorize officials at its Hamilton campus to require students to post signs “warning” others about Students for Life’s pro-life display.



Legal Documents

Settlement agreement: Students for Life at Miami University of Ohio, Hamilton v. Trustees of Miami University of Ohio
Voluntary dismissal: Students for Life at Miami University of Ohio, Hamilton v. Trustees of Miami University of Ohio
Complaint: Students for Life at Miami University of Ohio, Hamilton v. Trustees of Miami University of Ohio

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ABOUT Travis C. Barham

Travis C. Barham serves as senior counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom, where he litigates as a member of the ADF Center for Academic Freedom to preserve religious freedom and freedom of speech on college and university campuses across the nation. Barham joined ADF in 2006. He has practiced law since 2006 and earned his Juris Doctor from Washington and Lee University School of Law, where he graduated summa cum laude. Barham is a member of the bars of Georgia and Arizona. He is also admitted to practice before multiple federal district and appellate courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court.

ABOUT Tyson Langhofer

Tyson C. Langhofer serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom and director of its Center for Academic Freedom. Before joining ADF, Langhofer was a partner with Stinson Leonard Street LLP, where he worked as a commercial litigation attorney for 15 years and earned Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Preeminent® rating. Langhofer earned his Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law, where he graduated cum laude in 1999. He obtained a B.A. in international business with a minor in economics from Wichita State University in 1996. A member of the bar in Kansas and Arizona, Langhofer is also admitted to practice in numerous federal district courts.