December 4, 2012 -- Professor Eugene Volokh commented on a judge blocking a California law on conversion therapies. His comments appear in a New York Times article.
The California ban on conversion therapies drew the state into murky legal waters, said Eugene Volokh, a professor and constitutional expert at the UCLA law school.
“There’s a good deal of uncertainty about how to apply the First Amendment to professional speech to clients and even more uncertainty in the case of minors,” he said. “It’s not clear how this is ultimately going to play out.”
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