As the dean of a law school, I spend much time meeting our graduates. They have many stories about the colorful characters who taught them. The most popular story by far is about what one late legendary professor would say to his first-year students at the beginning of each school year. "You want justice?" he would bark, "then go across the street!" and he would point through the window at what was then a seminary.
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