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How We Fought Each Other at Michigan LawTwo law professors with opposing views on most constitutional issues show how, especially in this polarized age, it's important to engage and debate rather than shut down and ruin the lives of people with whom we have disagreements.read the full blog+ Essay (Opinion Piece)
What Yale Law School Teaches — Inadvertently — About the Appropriate Role of Diversity Officialsread the full blog
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