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Friday, September 02, 2005

Katrina Transfer Students

The legal academic community seems to be reaching out as best it can to try to help Katrina victims keep from losing a semester of school. Over the past few days, I've seen a number of e-mail discussions about Katrina transfer programs. And the AALS has a page collecting information here: http://www.aals.org/neworleans/schoolsbystate.html .

A great many schools (including my alma mater and my current employer) are on the list. As a legal academic, I'm glad to see that the impulse to respond to this disaster has cut through the red tape that so often accompanies decisions in academia.

Posted by Kaimi Wenger on September 2, 2005 at 02:13 PM in Kaimi Wenger, Life of Law Schools | Permalink

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