Drummond Woodsum attorney and higher education consultant Kim Pacelli recently presented to the Maine chapter of NASPA. NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession in higher education. The event, which was held at the University of New England, gathered approximately 40 student affairs professionals from campuses throughout Maine. The presentation entitled “Bias Incidents: Free Speech or Hostile Environment?” centered on the intersection of free speech and student conduct. Kim’s talk enhanced participants’ understanding of the constitutional and civil rights legal frameworks implicated when students use biased language, addressed the shifting landscape of this work for student affairs professionals, and offered practical tips for policy, prevention, and response.