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June 03, 2009


Alan Kress

Without wishing to diminish in any way the accomplishments of Alan Morrison and Ralph Nader, we should remember the accomplishments of GW Law Professors such as John F. Banzhaf III and Donald Rothschild who, in the late 60's, were also pioneers in the establishment of public interest law.

Bryan Blackwell

Given GW's tuition, I would say the goal of being a public interest law school is extremely far-fetched without a loan forgiveness program. Perhaps the foundation could fund that as well.

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