law school bias

Law Professors Hate Free Speech and Embrace Control

“Philosophy would indeed be the easiest of studies, if we might arrive at truth by assuming that one of two accounts must be true, and prove the one by disproving the other; but in philosophy this is just what cannot be done.”  F.H. Bradley, Ethical Studies, 1927 “It will sometimes strike a scientific man that the […]

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State-Funded Law School Goes Partisan

By Luke Milligan Since 1846 the law school at the University of Louisville has provided nonpartisan space for individuals to teach, discuss, and research matters of law and public policy.  Despite the thousands of partisans who’ve walked its halls, the law school as an institution has remained nonpartisan, preserving its neutrality, and refusing to embrace […]

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