Do Arkansas law professors’ affirmative action plan toe the law?

By Nic Horton | The Arkansas Project

I did something on Friday that others found unusual and disturbing: I attended a government meeting — more precisely, a faculty meeting at the taxpayer-funded UALR-Bowen School of Law.

The meeting was conducted by Dean Michael Schwartz. I appreciate the personal attention he gave me: when I first entered, he said he was sorry, but a faculty meeting was about to begin. I was sorry too, but I asked him, “It’s a public meeting, right? I’d like to sit in.” He agreed that it was a public meeting but continued to question me.

at The Arkansas Project.

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