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Some Words Are Injurious . . . Some Cause A Raging Storm, Kenneth Lasson Dec 1990

Some Words Are Injurious . . . Some Cause A Raging Storm, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

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Free Speech: It's Great For Hate, Kenneth Lasson Oct 1990

Free Speech: It's Great For Hate, Kenneth Lasson

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Report Of The Special Joint Committee On Gender Bias In The Courts — May 1989 Jan 1990

Report Of The Special Joint Committee On Gender Bias In The Courts — May 1989

University of Baltimore Law Review

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The Making Of A Law Teacher, Odeana R. Neal Jan 1990

The Making Of A Law Teacher, Odeana R. Neal

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At a meeting of the Northeast Corridor in October, 1990, Paulette Caldwell wondered aloud whether black women law teachers might be carrying on a cultural tradition of teaching. Her inquiry struck a chord with me that I hadn't heard in a long time. When I was very young, I wanted to be a teacher. I tutored younger children when I was in elementary school and commandeered a math class in junior high school after the teacher challenged me to "get up here and teach the class if you think you can do it better than I can." I thought ...