Washington University Law Quarterly
In this Essay I ask whether Political Correctness is a problem in law schools. Specifically, I study whether law professors present their political beliefs in an intolerant fashion, thereby stifling debate and the learning process. I conclude that Political Correctness is indeed a problem at law schools. Finally, I offer suggestions on how to minimize the problem, while at the same time allowing and encouraging professors to express their political beliefs.
Steven C. Bahls,
Political Correctness and the American Law School,
69 Wash. U. L. Q. 1041
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