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September 20, 2019

“Affirmative Consent” Confirms Disproportionate Feminist Influence in Legal Profession

Teresa Manning

The ABA House of Delegates’ attempt this past summer to redefine consent in sexual misconduct cases to “affirmative consent” is more evidence that a destructive feminism has dispropo...

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December 1, 2018

Focus on Reining in the American Bar Association

Allen Mendenhall

Congress is divided, with Democrats holding a majority in the House and Republicans in the Senate. What does this mean for higher education? The first installment of our forum on the transfe...

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April 26, 2018

CUNY's Lawless Law Students

NAS

NAS writes to the City University of New York's Chancellor, James Milken, following the no platforming of Josh Blackman.

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March 22, 2018

NAS Statement on Free Speech Resolution at Lewis & Clark Law School

NAS

After invited speaker Christina Hoff Sommers was shouted down, some faculty at Lewis & Clark Law School want to protect intellectual freedom.

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March 12, 2018

Another Incoherent Protest This Time by Law Students

Peter Wood

At Minding the Campus, NAS President Peter Wood writes about the lack of consequences that protesters face after disrupting campus speakers.

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February 27, 2017

Association of American Law Schools Snubs Pleas for Viewpoint Diversity

George W. Dent

George Dent writes about the lack of viewpoint diversity in American law schools.

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October 20, 2015

Association of American Law Schools: Conservatives Not Welcome

George W. Dent

The Association of American Law Schools tilts the deck against conservatives.

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July 9, 2014

What Should We Do About Law Schools?

George Leef

Not long ago, law school was a growth industry. Over the past decade, enrollments have plummeted.

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January 8, 2014

Think Twice Before Entering Law School

George Leef

A law school graduate shares the story of his path into legal education.

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September 18, 2013

Law Professor Argues for More Grade Inflation

George Leef

The "kindler and gentler" approach to grading may not be the best approach, counters George Leef.

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