Place Your Rights on the Conveyer Belt

March 15, 2012

Since September 11, 2001, the airport security checkpoint has become a locus for First Amendment activity.  In an article for the Spring issue of TransLaw, a publication of the Federal Bar Association’s Transportation and Transportation Security Law Section, Spiegel attorney Katharine Mapes writes about what limitations courts may — and may not — place on airport regulation of those activities in the terminal.

The article may be downloaded from the link below. For more information contact Katharine Mapes or Pablo Nüesch in Spiegel & McDiarmid’s transportation practice group.