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Is Increasing Diversity Good Policy, or a Survival Strategy for Law Schools?

Posted on · This time last year, UH Law School Dean Leonard Baynes channeled the lingo of the oil and gas industry when he said he planned “to launch a pipeline to create more opportunities for minorities, economically challenged and other underserved students to attend law school.” The University of Houston is not alone in this thinking. But […]

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Red Light Fatalities and Law School Diversity: Wednesday’s Show (August 26, 2015)

Posted on · According to a recent report from the National Coalition for Safer Roads, Houston leads the nation in red-light fatalities — deaths caused, at least in part, by a driver running a red light — based on data spanning a decade, from 2004 to 2013. In that time, 7,800 people died in red light crashes — 181 […]