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"Also, throughout this process, we have been consistently compared to DAL Law. DAL has many more opportunities than we do. They have 47 full time staff members while we have 17 on a good day. This means they have a larger array of classes available, for example, a Marine and Environmental Law Institute, a Health Law Institute, and a Law and Technology Institute. Not only do we not have anything even vaguely representing this – our mere CLASSES on these topics are taught by practitioners who come in to give these classes and – like many classes in our faculty – are not guaranteed to be offered from year to year.

Dr. McLean you have heard from me on a few accounts on the topic of reform, I’ve been quite candid with my thoughts on the strategy. I will avoid being redundant and restating what my colleagues have previously mentioned. However, I would like to share two more personal stories from student leaders on campus. And the purpose of these stories for the purpose of bringing the conversation back to a human level."