Skip to comments.Tomorrow’s Elite Lawyers Disavow Due Process
Posted on 10/04/2018 7:05:19 PM PDT by reaganaut1
At last count more than 1,700 law professors have signed an open letter complaining that Judge Brett Kavanaugh displayed a lack of judicial temperament in responding to uncorroborated sexual assault accusations against him. In his 12 years on the federal bench, Judge Kavanaugh has produced ample evidence of his judicial temperament. If anyones temperament should be of concern to these professors, its that of their students, enthralled by identity politics and victim ideology.
Immediately after President Trump nominated Judge Kavanaugh in July, hundreds of Yale law students, alumni and faculty signed a petition claiming the nomination presented an emergency . . . for our safety. When Christine Blasey Fords allegations became public in September, Yale law students convened a town hall to combat a culture on campus that privileges power and prestige over safety and wellness, [and] that precludes many of us from flourishing in this space.
When the New Yorker published its own uncorroborated account of lewd conduct purportedly committed by Mr. Kavanaugh as a Yale freshman, Yale law-school alumnae organized an open letter supporting all women who have faced sexual assault, not only at Yale, but across the country. Thirty-one Yale law professors canceled classes to facilitate student protests against Judge Kavanaugh, both in New Haven and on Capitol Hill. The Office of Student Affairs put out a plate of cookies to let students know we are thinking of you.
Not to be outdone, Harvard law students walked out of their classes the day after the New Yorker article appeared, wearing pink buttons declaring I Believe Christine Blasey Ford. America must stand by these survivors, the president of the Harvard Black Law Students Association told the crowd. The dean of students announced, We are supporting our students as they grapple with these issues.
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Tax their endowments. For the people, you know.
1700 law professors need fired for incompetance.
As proposed here before, the SCOTUS should be populated with judges from each of the federal districts.
It means increasing the number of judges but they would represent the outlook of each of the districts, not the narrow parochial attitudes of NYC and 3 or so Ivy League schools.
The rest of the country doesn’t need to go through this inbred drama foisted on us by a group of people who inhabit the Bos-Wash corridor and nowhere else.
Bet not a conservative among them. No more Ivy Leaguers after Judge Kavanaugh
If they can't grasp the basic concepts, they should be failed again, and again, and again. They'll get tired of paying after a while.
I see list of 1,700 loser attorneys, hopefully not practicing. Yale should be skipped as source of future appointees.
Everyone who would criticize Kavanaugh’s emotion should first walk a mile in Kavanaugh’s shoes.
They should publicly admit to being child molesters and see what happens.
The feminisation of the law will be the end of our society’s Republic. No one can deny it, this is exactly what is happening.
I wpuld have been far, far more angry and directly blatant in my responses.
If the rule of law is dead what use has society for elite lawyers?
Compost for rose beds?
Yale need to fix New Haven and then get back to us....
So do they believe in the Che Guevara school of jurisprudence?
And rope tensile strength testing.
The list of 1700+ seemingly illiterate lawyers should be preserved to be used as disqualification for any future judicial seat.
There are 206 ABA accredited law schools in the USA. I have a hunch the schools with the largest per capita signees are also the most expensive. The elitists, doncha know.
IMO, they have disqualified themselves from being allowed to teach the law; they are simply contaminating the pool of future lawyers, judges, politicians and community leaders.
Bleak future for these libtards... The field is already too crowded by soulless scum-sucking lawyers- Michael Avenatti, Gloria Alread, the Clintons...
If temperament is a disqualifier ...
Then you can disbar about 99% of trial lawyers
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