Mar. 8th, 2017

Reason online had an item about an expelled student's lawsuit against Amherst College. In the comments section, someone asked whether Amherst College was contending that the student had no expectation of fair treatment. The author replied that there were complications, but, essentially, yes.

I picture a lawyer for Amherst College saying, "May it please the court, the administrators and Judicial Board members at America's finest small liberal arts institution are a notorious pack of fatuous dolts and malignant scoundrels, from whom no student in his right mind could have expected fair treatment."

I could file an amicus brief on the matter.
I'm trying again, rewriting slightly, and hoping at the link will work this time:

Reason online had an article about an expelled student suing Amherst College. One of the commenters asked whether Amherst contended that a student had no right to a fair investigation of an accusation against him. The author of the piece replied that there were legal complications, but, essentially, yes.

I picture a lawyer for Amherst College saying, "May it please the court, the administrators and Judicial Board members at America's finest small liberal arts institution are a notorious pack of fatuous dolts and malignant scoundrels, from whom no student in his right mind could have expected a fair investigation."

I could file an amicus brief on the subject.

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