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

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Well, Isn't This Interesting...

It seems that according to the head of Ave Maria University's Board of Regents, the law school is already subsumed into the fledgling university in Florida. Dr. Candace de Russy joined the Ave Maria University Board of Regents in 2005, and was appointed Chair in 2006. Her CV is quite impressive and leads one to believe that she is not a dummy. However, this comment is very telling, especially as Chair of AMU's Board of Regents:

As a Catholic also concerned about the crumbling identity of Catholic colleges, I share the view of Bernard Dobranski, president of the law school at Ave Maria University, that the Society plays "a useful role, and it's a reminder that there are standards that we should adhere to."

One would expect at least a bit more precision from such a distinguished individual, but then again, who could blame her. It's a done deal.

Oh no, there's no "likelihood of confusion" at all!