Thursday, March 22, 2007

My respect for Georgetown just dropped a little

Stephen Glass is among the alumni of Georgetown University Law Center.

He was admitted to the school after he was sacked from The New Republic for fabricating at least 27 stories for the magazine. Granted, it's frequently up to the state bar associations to determine if someone is morally fit to practice law (and this article says the New York Bar isn't willing to let Glass in), but you'd think that an admissions director would be more than a little hesitant to let in somebody who carried out such irresponsible behavior, and who would be so unlikely to get admitted to the bar.

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