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This Law Professor Took on Nixon and Trump. Now He’s Facing Off Against Stanford Law School Students.
John Banzhaf says he plans to file a bar complaint against the students who disrupted Fifth Circuit judge Kyle Duncan.
Stanford Puts Diversity Dean Who Berated Federal Judge on Leave
Stanford Law School rules out discipline for student protesters, blames administrators
Pennsylvania Dem Threatens To Withhold Funding From University of Pittsburgh Over Conservative Speakers
Rep. La'Tasha Mayes demanded at an appropriations hearing that Pitt disinvite critics of transgender activism
Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze? Stanford Dean Who Berated Federal Judge Draws Six-Figure Salary
Tirien Steinbach, Stanford Law School’s diversity czar, has max salary of over $200K
Student Activists Target Stanford Law School Dean in Revolt Over Her Apology
Jenny Martinez becomes the target of student ire for saying “I’m sorry” to besieged judge Kyle Duncan
Stanford Tells Federalist Society Students To 'Reach Out' to Diversity Dean Who Encouraged Disruption of Their Event—and To Shut Up on Twitter
Tirien Steinbach helped derail a talk by a federal judge. The school says the talk's organizers should contact her for 'support.'
‘Dogs—t’: Federal Judge Decries Disruption of His Remarks by Stanford Law Students and Calls for Termination of the Stanford Dean Who Joined the Mob
Fifth circuit judge Kyle Duncan is calling on Stanford to axe DEI dean Tirien Steinbach
Yale Law School Invites Drag Queen To Read Ibram X. Kendi Out Loud to Students
Robin Fierce, a former contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race, performed a dramatic reading of ‘Antiracist Baby’ at the law school’s first ever drag queen story hour.
Her Name Is Trump. That Makes Her an ‘Elevated Risk,’ According to Trinity University
The school said a talk by Cherise Trump—no relation to Donald—posed a security threat