Legal Indoctrination

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As if attempts at indoctrination in law school were not bad enough Power Line has an article about required “anti-bias” CLEs required in Minnesota.

I think I’d love to attend one. It reminds me of law school. In the first week, we were required to take a “diversity course” with two hippies from California. We had to discuss our feelings. I discussed mine alright. I made sure the hippies knew I resented my tuition being spent so we could feel better about ourselves. The classes were unproductive and a waste of time.

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  • Anti-Bias CLE is Not Indoctrination
    We posted earlier today that Minnesota attorney Elliot Rothenberg has lost his fight before the Minnesota Supreme Court to eliminate an anti-bias continuing legal education requirement for the State’s lawyers.

  • What’s All This Fuss Over Anti-Bias CLE in Minnesota?
    “pointer dude” Recently, there’s been a lot of weblog space given to the interesting question of whether Minnesota lawyers should be forced to take three hours every three years of “anti-bias” continuing legal education.

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