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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Monday, May 08, 2006

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"I am confident that the Board will agree with whatever Tom decides. The Board confirmed its compliant role when it voted "[u]nanimously" to express its "total confidence" in Bernie on the same day that virtually unprecedented charges were made against Bernie by the faculty who requested a discussion with the Board. The Board rejected the faculty complaint without deigning even to discuss it with the faculty. That act of the Board was, in my opinion, irresponsible and a violation of its duty to the faculty under ABA standards. It was disgusting. Every Governor who voted for that resolution should resign. Incidentally, the Board resolution of approval was described as "[u]nanimously passed at a special meeting," which apparently was a telephone meeting. I know at least one Governor who declined to vote to support that resolution because that Governor had not heard both sides of the issue." --Professor Charles E. Rice

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