University of California v. Humanity

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John Yoo rejects the widely-accepted framework built on the U.N. Charter and replaces it with a new system consisting of defensive, pre-emptive, or preventive measures to encourage wars that advance global welfare... 

A university that allows a war criminal to teach constitutional and international law courses to the next generation of lawyers and judges under prejudice of 'academic freedom' is protecting war crimes. The legal profession now produces an ideology that includes justification of crimes of arbitrary detention, torture, and trials before military commissions bereft of civil due process. Faced with the challenge of moral relativism popularized in today's schools, will students find the courage to speak out against the crimes of their government?

We demand application of ethical standards administrators choose to ignore. Professor Sujit Choudhry could use his new position as Berkeley Law Dean to teach the practice of law to protect peoples' rights. Will he? 

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