For Law Students Upset About Trump Win, Schools Lend Support

, The National Law Journal


Some law schools are offering help to crestfallen students.

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  • Cheryl

    Thank you for this article.

  • Victoria

    The National Law Journal should stop heading articles as if they think all of the country/law schools/students/etc are disappointed with the election outcome. News Flash: Trump won because most people wanted Trump. Even if you want to go with popular vote, it is still 50/50. Now that we have empirical evidence, can you please stop talking at your readers as if everyone agrees with your liberal bias? Thanking you in advance, Law professor who is fed up with the media making assumptions we are all liberal.

  • Darren

    These crybaby punks are a joke. How can one have made it to law school without having read the Constitution and thus understanding that the People get to decide. They‘ve decided, kids. Try to calm down and make the best of it, or join Bryan Cranston in moving out of the country. It‘s not as though we‘ll suffer any shortage of lawyers without you.

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