Friday, February 15, 2008


There are two law school professors here at school who garner a lot of press:

Professor A according to his biography, "teaches Constitutional Law II (Free Speech), Copyright, Firearms Regulation, and the law of government and religion. He is a nationally recognized expert on the First Amendment, cyberspace law, harassment law, and gun control...clerked for Judge Alex Kozinski of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit...graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in math-computer science at age fifteen."

Professor B "has been working on questions of social and economic inequality for nearly all of his career...was one of seven UCLA faculty members and staff who launched the Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, which created a distinct curriculum aimed at public interest students...and [helped] launched the Empirical Research Group (ERG), an entity designed to help faculty members undertake ambitious empirical projects and introduce more quantitative and methodological sophistication into their policy-related work."

Which professor do you think is more controversial? Which professor is better loved by conservatives? Better yet, which professor do you think is more vilified by liberals?

Stay tuned for my take...


Blogger Butterflyfish said...

Don't go to your school, but found "Professor A's" writing book very helpful.

11:50 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

I don't go to your school either. But that's pretty simple: Professor B.

It's a shame that, even if you share the ideals and goals of the the left, any break with orthodoxy is so vigorously attacked.

4:32 PM  

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