Room 256, Classroom C

Law students are aware of many of the ways that law and politics interact, of course, and often have a sense of the politics of their professors and the institution. We believe that there are also more subtle, but nevertheless, quite powerful political messages encoded in law school teaching, even by professors. In fact, we believe that those more subtle messages are among the most powerful political messages law school sends. Because they are hidden, they go unconfronted and unchallenged. This program will explore the subtle messages promoted in law school classrooms and how they influence the politics, job choices, and careers of law students. There will be lunch provided to students who RSVP before 3/16 here:

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Megan Cherry
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