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Gaslighting: ” someone (a “gaslighter”) who persistently puts forth a false narrative which leads another person (or a group of people) to doubt their own perceptions to the extent that they become disoriented and distressed. This dynamic is generally only…
Continue Reading How a CRT Adherent Gaslighted a Scholarly Organization: A Lesson for Legal Education

The American Bar Association Attacks Academic Freedom. “The Standards Committee of the American Bar Association has recommended, as a condition of accreditation for American law schools, “requiring law schools to provide education on bias, crosscultural competency, and racism.” It suggests…
Continue Reading National Review: The American Bar Association Attacks Academic Freedom

From the ABA Journal: “The council on Friday did approve other proposed standards revisions, which are expected to go to the ABA House of Delegates for approval at the midyear meeting in February. They include: . . . “Adding a…
Continue Reading ABA Council Approves Addition of Bias, Cross-Cultural Competency and Racism Training Requirement to Law School Accreditation Standards

Washington Free Beacon, American Bar Association Poised To Mandate Diversity Training, Affirmative Action at Law Schools. Legal scholars say mandates could force law schools to violate federal law. Excerpts: “The American Bar Association is poised to mandate diversity training and…
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