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October 27, 2010


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James Grimmelmann

"There will be top-tier schools that want to compete with their private brethren. This means staying nose to nose with private schools on both faculty compensation and course load."

Does it?

Larry Rosenthal

I wonder, what exactly is the argument for a state subsidy for a public law school? I can understand the argument for awarding scholarships to individual students who pledge to engage in government or public-interest practice at a reduced salary, but why should the taxpayers subsidize the process by which students gain entry into lucrative private practice? Especially in an era of limited public resources, is this really the best use of public funds?

Larry Rosenthal
Chapman University School of Law

Jordan Retro 5

Looking forward to knock at the door. Looking forward to the telephone. Looking forward to computer now. Looking forward to in dreamland. Wish to eye hair straight. Wish to heart to panic. Wish you on television. Wish you. Wish you on the newspaper. Wish you healthy body good fortune long. Hope hope ah! Hope. Installed in my heart.

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