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The onslaught of far-left progressivism has shaken the foundation of American law schools to the point where it’s impacting the ability for teachers to do their job. Moreover, recent statements and actions by courtroom judges indicate that this leftist ideology is leaking out into their body of work.
At a classroom level, the cultural shift change means that professors fear discussion about cases where police officers are found not guilty of misconduct, or cases where those accused of sexual violence are acquitted.
Aaron Sibarium of the Free Beacon outlines how this activist radicalization of teaching about the law has happened in a guest spot for the Bari Weiss Substack. Carson’s Over-The-Counter Memory Drug Triples Memory… “I massively self-censor. I assume that every single thing that is said, every facial gesture, is going to be recorded and potentially disseminated to the entire world. I feel as if I am operating in a panopticon,” confessed ACLU head Nadine Strossen.
He opens up by saying free speech culture is relevant for lawyers to defend more notorious people like Harvey Weinstein. But the case of acquitted teen Kyle Rittenhouse is also brought up as relevant to their discussion.
The idea being that the aspect of neutrality is a key feature of the foundation of law in American society. Whether or not someone is guilty of crimes used to be interpreted as separate from both the rights of the accused, legally, as well as separate from the career of whatever lawyer defends them.
What Sibarium brings forward in his discussion is that the leftist “guilt by association” habit has extended itself into the legal world.
He quotes a legal scholar at Northwestern University who is concerned about this vector of political poison. “People will ask: ‘How can you represent someone who’s guilty?’ The answer is that a society where accused […]
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