And if Harvard won’t stand up for the principle that defendants, even those most reviled, are entitled to counsel, then what institution will?
Harvard "has never so thoroughly embarrassed itself as it did this past weekend." Devastating op-ed from Randall Kennedy in
Harvard makes it official, embraces the culture of safetyism and concept creep. Value of Harvard grads to future employers drops 5%. Great essay by Randall Kennedy, about dismissing .
I agree fully with my colleague Randall Kennedy’s denunciation of Harvard University’s mistreatment of my colleagues Ronald Sullivan and Stephanie Robinson. Of the many blunders Harvard has made in my 50 years as a professor here, I recall none worse.
My colleague, the legal scholar Randall Kennedy is worth reading on anything. Today he writes on our colleague Ron Sullivan: Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself
Harvard appears to have ratified the proposition that it is inappropriate for a faculty dean to defend a reviled person — a position that would disqualify people like Thurgood Marshall. Randall Kennedy on in
This is the most important thing you’ll read this week. The republic is dying.
Very strong words from Randall Kennedy on the Sullivan affair: in his 34 years at Harvard, the university “has never so thoroughly embarrassed itself as it did this past weekend.”
Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself - The New York Times
Esteemed Harvard Law Prof. Randall Kennedy says crybaby students forcing the ouster of his colleague Ronald Sullivan because they felt "unsafe" due to his representation of a client is the biggest embarrassment Kennedy has ever seen in his 34 years there
Harvard law prof (and Princeton grad) Randall Kennedy drops a big truth bomb on Harvard's central administration.
Honored to have worked with Randall Kennedy on this piece about and
Harvard College appears to have ratified the proposition that it is inappropriate for a faculty dean to defend a reviled person — a position that would disqualify people like Charles Hamilton Houston and Thurgood Marshall
Opinion | Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself - The New York Times // As always, Randall Kennedy is worth reading
I would have hoped an Op-Ed on this would mention the fact that *1 in 4* college women are victims of sexual violence. The Aaron Hernandez and Thurgood Marshall comparisons miss the point. It's not about Weinstein's *unpopularity.*
A few points re Harvard's removal of from his position as a student residence dean. First, agree with Randall Kennedy that Harvard "has never so thoroughly embarrassed itself as it did this past weekend." 1/
Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself
This is a must-read from Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy: “Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself”
this and similar incidents raise a fundamental question about contemporary academia -- WHY is PC running wild? Because administrators believe PC is philosophically correct? Because they think it's an income-maximizing business practice? some other reason?
Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself
One thing that's conspicuous here is that Harvard did not even mention the Weinstein case in ditching Ronald Sullivan. College administrators in general take an oath of dishonesty. I have found that to be trauma-inducing.
Wow-Randy used the phrase mau-maued.
Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself
"Friends of academia should insist that Harvard answer the question: Why is serving as defense counsel for Harvey Weinstein inconsistent with serving as a faculty dean?"
Harvard Betrays a Law Professor — and Itself
I was reminded today that John Adams defended the British soldiers in court after the Boston Massacre. We have fallen far...
"The upshot is that Harvard College appears to have ratified...a position that would disqualify a long list of stalwart defenders of civil liberties and civil rights, including Charles Hamilton Houston and Thurgood Marshall."