Wow. Not a single one dissented (one abstention) in a vote over the renaming of the law school after the passing of SCOTUS Justice Antonin Scalia.
Last week the tenured and tenure-track law professors adopted a resolution 18-0-1 – that’s right, zero nays and a single abstention – accusing the faculty senate of “ideological bias” and “unprofessional and dissembling conduct” for trying to “preempt the self-governance and academic freedom of the Law School’s faculty.”
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