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HAH! They hired Chemerinsky after all. [Sep. 17th, 2007|12:01 pm]
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http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-uci18sep18,1,3851560.story?track=rss&ctrack=4&cset=true

UCI reenters the reality-based community.
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From: the_angelmoroni
2007-09-17 07:45 pm (UTC)
That's awesome. I was worried that I would have to rush through the physics degree before intelligent design was made mandatory because some asshole conservative wanted it that way.
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[User Picture]From: kasheri
2007-09-17 08:34 pm (UTC)
Well, I'm glad it's Chemerinsky, but I still don't want to give up my nice office. Bah, I say, to the Law School!
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[User Picture]From: hebisner
2007-09-17 09:05 pm (UTC)
Because California desperately need a new law school. I'm surprised, I though they would be housed in a private stable on the Bren estate. You know, so Lord Donald could hand feed them and stroke them to ensure affection and loyalty. And of course, apply the WHIP!
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[User Picture]From: substitute
2007-09-17 09:14 pm (UTC)
They've somehow managed to beat the Chapman law school's launch, in which the first graduating class found out they weren't exactly accredited.

But yes. Law schools? More? Not needed.
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[User Picture]From: culfinglin
2007-09-18 03:49 pm (UTC)
the first law school from chapman knew quite well that they ran the risk of graduating before the accreditation was granted -- it was right in the admission publications they got. i didn't design them, but they came through my office.

failure to read the fine print is perhaps a sign that one's not cut out to be an attorney. or maybe one is.
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[User Picture]From: klikitak
2007-09-17 10:56 pm (UTC)
Can't pull up the article, but I listened to this report on NPR- I think it was Thursday and they were interviewing the Chancellor (or whoever put a foot in the hiring process) and he said something to the effect of, "It isn't political, and besides, I'm on the same political side of the fence as he is". I really, really doubted it.

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