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7 November 2020

9:00 AM

7 November 2020

9:00 AM

Last year I was lucky enough to spend a year on sabbatical, half in London at King’s College Law School and half in the US at the University of San Diego School of Law – probably the most conservative law school in America. Now I should explain what that means to all of you who went to university decades ago and have no real feel for how unbelievably left-leaning and unbalanced university law schools are (along with the entirety of the arts and social sciences faculties, economics being a partial exception).

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