Candra K. Baizan

Candra K. BaizanClass of 2015
Symposium Editor, Volume 12
Staff Editor, Volume 11

I am a second-year student from Tampa, FL. I am currently a staff member on the First Amendment Law Review and I am involved with the Pro Bono Cancer Project at UNC and Duke Cancer Centers. I earned my undergraduate degree from Barnard College where I majored in English Literature. Upon graduation from law school I plan to pursue a career in health law.

Blog Posts

Virginia Prosecutors Refuse to Bar Defendant Blogging

Earlier this month a Virginia judge declined to prohibit defendant Linda Cheek’s use of social media to advance her personal, professional beliefs relating to her impending trial. According to The Roanoke Times, prosecutors requested that U.S. District Judge, Glen Conrad, prevent defendant, Dr. Linda Sue Cheek, from blogging and tweeting about her legal proceedings for fear that these Internet postings could improperly influence potential jurors.

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