Skip to comments.University of Chicago Law School makes a radical change to its employment policy for law professors.
Posted on 01/25/2013 6:59:17 PM PST by RetiredTexasVet
The University of Chicago Law School has decided to make a radical change to its employment policy for law professors. Because of the continued embarrassment the college has received from President Barrack Obama claiming that he was once a law professor who taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School, all potential new constitutional law professors will have to pass a test on constitutional law and certify that they have actually read the constitution before being offered a position. Ivy League school law graduates will have to take and pass a remedial no credit course on constitutional law with the university before they take the qualifying constitutional law test. Applicants that take and fail the test three times will be deemed unqualified for the constitutional law professor position but may be considered for a position with Law Ethics and Professionalism.
Is this real? Please not satire.
Once the saudis show up with an offer to fund a new “cultural center” this will all be forgotten.
Doubt me? Look what Georgetown U. has become after accepting the filthy saudi’s hush money...they are now the new El Guapo...the infamous sharmuta of academia.
Here’s a refresher course on what I mean by infamous..
If Obongo the Kenyan EVER taught 30 seconds of the Constitution I’ll kiss his commie black ass in public!!!
Applicants that take and fail the test three times will be deemed unqualified for the constitutional law professor position but may be considered for a position with Law Ethics and Professionalism or else be pointed in the direction of a career in Politics.
Where is a link to the source document?
Link? I didn’t post it, so I don’t know. I was too quick to reply to the post. I believe it is satire:(
...so sad... It sounded too good to really be true...
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