by Hans A. Von Spakovsky The only place for discrimination in a law school is as a lesson in the classroom — where professors teach young legal minds about the importance of ensuring equal treatment under the law. The last place you’d expect to find it is in the school’s hiring practices. That is unless it’s the University of Iowa’s College of Law. Teresa Wagner (left), a graduate of the law school, sued when she was not hired as a full-time instructor or part-time adjunct despite her superior qualifications. Instead, the law school hired candidates whose resumes paled in comparison […]
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