The 'Dean Edley Defense' For Torturers Is As Wrong Today As It Was In 2008

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And Holds Academic Freedom Captive To An Ideology Bereft Of Due Process

When Berkeley Law honors a professor found guilty of professional misconduct, effectively assuming complicity in advancing the illegal usurpation of constitutional powers prescribed, we have a responsibility to call out criminal and enablers alike.

Providing Cover of Law to a Crime Makes It No Less a Crime

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