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Stanford Doubles Down On Upholding Free Speech Violations
It Tries Unsuccessfully to Hide Guilty Students' Identities From Bar Authorities
Stanford Law School's [SLS] decision to try to block such efforts is at the very least questionable, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf.
As the article also notes, "Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Banzhaf have both said they are contacting bar admissions authorities to ensure they scrutinize Stanford Law graduates who may have participated in the disruptions, and possibly refuse admission to confirmed participants,"
It notes that the Dean decided not to impose any discipline on the students she has identified as having violated its free speech guarantees - including even the mildest sanctions in its list such as "education" or "community service" - and its DEI dean who apparently led the disruption which stopped a federal judge from speaking is likewise doubling down:
Stanford Equity Dean Who Sparked Fury When She Ambushed Conservative Judge at Law School Event and Stoked Woke Students' Protests BRAGS About Her Behavior and Refuses to Apologize (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/
As Stanford Law Students Who Shouted Down Judge May Be Reported to California Bar (https://www.thecollegefix.com/
"'Her reasoning' for the non-punishment 'would have earned a low grade if submitted by a law student,' George Washington University law professor John Banzhaf said in an analysis that called the decision 'bizarre and dangerous.'"
See: Stanford's "No Discipline" Ruling is Bizarre and Dangerous; But Disruptive Stanford Law Students May Still Face Consequences (https://www.valuewalk.com/
The activist professor explained the rationale behind his actions this way in Law Prof To File Bar Complaints Against Stanford Students Who Heckled, Harassed Federal Judge (https://dailycaller.com/
California bar authorities have indicated that they will thoroughly investigate any incident which might reflect on the applicant's "respect for the rights of others and for the judicial process."
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