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that I post TaxProf's quarterly law professor blog rankings merely for informational purposes. External measures like blog traffic are not important to me. No, I blog for the personal satisfaction of expressing my views to complete strangers who communicate with me using fake names. That and that alone...

George Mason University School of Law is considered "conservative," at least by law school standards. So when CAIR played the Islamophobe card and demanded that the school shut down a speech by Nonie Darwish , Dean Daniel Polsby said no thanks to CAIR's attempt to squelch dissenting voices: It appears...

Hey, I missed this controversy until it was over. Via Instapundit (who is not anonymous), an anonymous law professor blogger created a blog called Inside The Law School Scam.  For about two weeks the anonymous law professor claimed to "out" all sorts of bad behavior at...

As you know, I have been following the case of Widener Law School Professor Lawrence Connell for several months. Connell claimed that he was singled out by two students for false accusations of racism and sexism, and that the Widener administration backed the students without bothering with...

Yesterday I reported how the Dean of Widener Law School, Linda Ammons, had sentenced conservative law professor Lawrence Connell to a psychiatric evaluation and "anger management" therapy: Professor Connell will comply with all conditions and recommendations issued by the psychiatrist/psychologist, including, without limitation, appropriate counseling and...

I don't talk much about law schools here.   I try not to bring work home, so to speak. But this article at The New York Times, Law School Economics: Ka-Ching!, is generating a lot of buzz: WITH apologies to show business, there’s no business like the business...

I previously posted about the lawsuit by Widener Law School Professor Lawrence Connell.  Widener is seeking to terminate Connell after Connell used a hypothetical example in his criminal law class of the Widener Dean being attacked, and a small number of students alleged that Connell made racist...

I previously posted about The Culture of Jumping To Conclusions At Widener Law School, including allegations by Widener law school professor Lawrence Connell that Widener Dean Linda Ammons falsely accused Connell of racism and sexism, and of engaging in threatening behavior by using a hypothetical example in criminal law class involving an...

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