Paul L. CaronDean
Monday, June 17, 2019
By Paul Caron
Legal Ed News, Legal Education | Permalink
Yale and Harvard survive largely on reputation. My guess is, if there were a really substantive system of evaluation, they wouldn't be in the Top Ten. Just saying.
Posted by: Mike Livingston | Jun 17, 2019 4:10:42 AM
Harvard Law School should have their credentials pulled after this. How can you possibly be considered a "law school" and fire a professor for representing a client in court? How can you live in the United States and let mob rule be a guide in a decision like this? No one should trust a law school that does this.
Posted by: bflat8979 | Jun 17, 2019 10:28:06 AM
Not in a woke America Ron. Not in a woke America.
Posted by: John Trinidad | Jun 17, 2019 10:45:12 AM
Would it be any less horrible if the students who did not "feel safe" around the lawyer for someone they despise (a large category) and to whom Harvard capitulated were a majority, or were quiet?
Posted by: Egg0 | Jun 17, 2019 12:20:25 PM
Recall the old adage about revolutions consuming their own. Harvard has turned on two black members of their faculty.
Posted by: Michael W. Perry | Jun 17, 2019 3:46:06 PM
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