Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Now, THAT'S experience

So Prof. Admin Law, who is an adjunct, included his resume with the syllabus.

I knew this guy was the former U.S. Attorney and married to a member of Congress, but his list of accomplishments are impressive, to say the least, (although they are somewhat confusing in trying to figure out the timing of things): a JD from Stanford in 1975, an MBA from Columbia in 1974 (huh? An MBA from a different school the year before graduating law school?), a state legislator for eight years, a reserve police officer in California from 1973-1975 (while he was in law school, I guess, but how did he get his MBA from Columbia while living in California) and an officer in the Special Forces of the U.S. Army Reserve (specifically, the “Green Beret” commando/guerilla warfare unit). He also saw combat in Vietnam and was wounded in action.

Ok, wow. I'm impressed. He’s done a lot, been around the block a few times and has some real-life experience, which many law school faculty members lack.

But here’s the million dollar question: can he make administrative law interesting?


At 5:19 PM, Blogger SuperBee said...

Sounds to me like someone's lying on his resume.

Most resumes have lies on them.

As a suspicious and weasly law student, I nominate you to do the research on whether all of his resume is honest! Go forth!

Then tell all your classmates when you find out he was LYING!

At 7:15 PM, Blogger Zuska said...

Admin is surprisingly interesting.

I think it was the sheer relevancy of it. Admin law is EVERYWHERE.


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