Valparaiso University School of Law

Indiana law professors sign letters opposing Kavanaugh confirmation

Law professors from all four of Indiana’s law schools have signed letters asking the United States Senate to oppose the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. One letter argues Kavanaugh lacks the temperament to be seated on the nation’s highest court, while the other asserts he was not fully vetted and that his judgments would erode civil and individual rights.
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Move would put Valpo Law in crowded Tennessee market

If Valparaiso Law School moves the roughly 500 miles south to become part of Middle Tennessee State University, it would become the seventh law school in the Volunteer State. The schools have entered a nonbinding letter of intent to transfer Valparaiso Law School to MTSU's Murfreesboro campus.
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