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

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Bradley: "This is Ruining Our Lives"

Ann Arbor (AP)--In a rare--but typically orchestrated--appearance, Professor Gerard Bradley of the Ave Maria School of Law Board of Governors took time out of his busy schedule to meet with current students about the future of the embattled law school. Students who attended this town hall meeting peppered him with questions about the future of the law school and whether it will remain in Michigan or move to Florida. Looking like a little lost puppy dog at times, and other times admitting lack of knowledge of certain material facts (that one would expect a Board Member to know), Bradley had to acknowledge exasperation at the current situation. Responding to a question posed by an unnamed second year law student, Bradley acknowledged that "this is ruining [Board Members'] lives." This was a very surprising admission for the otherwise cheerleading Bradley. To date the number of lives ruined by Mr. Monaghan's questionable dreams are unkown. Estimates are that they reach the hundreds of thousands (this not including those law students who are required to read [Insert name] v. Domino's for a course in Business Organizations). The law school's administration had no comment.