Many of the ‘best and brightest’ in elite law schools have no interest in mundane things like a well-written business contract.
Author: George Leef
Arkansas Finally Getting Around to Ending Racial Preferences
It seems likely that Arkansas will join the other states that have seen the light and banned governmental discrimination.
The UNC Board’s Decision to Create a Non-Politicized School Is Causing a Furor
Back in January, the University of North Carolina’s board of trustees voted to accelerate plans for a new School of Civic Life and Leadership.
Stanford Law’s Maoists Get Angry Again!
There should be consequences for serious misbehavior, but American college leaders would rather curry favor with the rabid Left than do anything.
Silicon Valley Bank and Some Words of Wisdom from Andrew Jackson
How much better off we would be if the feds had never gotten into the business of special favors and bailouts.
It’s Time for ROTC to Make a Comeback
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs used to be common and uncontroversial on American college campuses.
Engaged Alumni Making a Difference
A group at Davidson College in North Carolina has succeeded in getting the school to adopt a policy that is very favorable toward free speech on campus.
The Key Question Concerning Racial Preferences
Academics and lawyers who favor continuing preferential admissions just assume that the system of preferences that has emerged over the past 50 years is good.
Another of the Adverse Effects of the Diversity Mania
Rick Sander shows that mismatch is not only real but worse than previously thought.
Study-Abroad Programs Can Be Quite Beneficial
Some American college students spend a year studying at a college or university in a foreign country. Is it a good use of time and money?