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December 09, 2011

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Andy Patterson

Was Howard University able to chip in $100,000 to participate in this program? That may explain its non-participation.

Angela Santos

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray ought to immediately pull the coat-tail of D.C. Attorney General Irvin Nathan regarding Nathan'decision on establishing partnerships with local law schools. Nathan is clearly totally clueless and insensitive having not selected Howard University Law School graduates among the two local law schools with which his office would establish partnership to serve one year in the D.C. Attorney General's office. Therefore, this action on his part begs two questions. How many African American attorneys are currently employed by the D.C. Attorney General's office? And, how many African American attorneys and white attorneys were hired to work for the D.C. Attorney General's office between January 2002 and December 2011? I'll submit a FOIA request to try and obtain answers to these questions. In the meantime, Irvin needs to rapidly put on a thinking cap. We previously had a Yale graduate in the White House as POTUS and now we've got a Harvard Law School graduate. What difference has the so-called pedigree of academic credentials made?

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