Poor Judgment Defense for UT Law Students Doesn’t Fly
Keep in mind that law school students are not your average-age undergraduates, in the 18- to 22-year-old range. We are talking about a particularly insensitive event by men and women who have supposedly passed through the maturation process of undergraduate education. These are older students engaged in professional training, leading to careers that should resoundingly reject the very odious behavior in which they were engaged. This does not speak well to their judgment as future lawyers and judges who must defend the constitutional rights of the minority. Reprehensible behavior.
— Kenneth Whitehurst
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