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USD School of Law Hosts Nebraska Law Professor for Lecture on Free Speech

Photo of Nebraska Law professor Richard Duncan. University of Nebraska College of Law professor Richard Duncan gave a lecture on free speech on college campuses in the Law School Court Room.

VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota School of Law hosted Richard Duncan, professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, for a lecture on free speech.

The event, hosted by the USD Federalist Society, was designed to increase awareness about free speech on college campuses.

Duncan, a long tenured professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law, teaches property and constitutional law.


USD’s Knudson School of Law prepares students for leadership in the administration of justice in South Dakota, including in rural areas where the demand is great, and for private practice, public service, business and other law-related endeavors anywhere. Its joint degree program allows students to also earn one of nine master’s degrees within the traditional three-year law curriculum, which includes course tracks in business, commercial, constitutional, criminal, employment, environmental, Indian, real estate and tax law as well as civil litigation and estate planning.


Founded in 1862 and the first university in the Dakotas, the University of South Dakota is the only public liberal arts university in the state, with 202 undergraduate and 84 graduate programs in the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, Knudson School of Law, Sanford School of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, Beacom School of Business and College of Fine Arts. With an enrollment of nearly 10,000 students and more than 400 faculty, USD has a 16:1 student/faculty ratio, and it ranks among the best in academics and affordability. USD’s 18 athletic programs compete at the NCAA Division I level.


Hanna DeLange
USD News