Law Schools Open Their Doors to Displaced Law Students:
I'm glad to see this.
Mr. X (www):
As one of the 'student housing options' at American, I'm glad to see that the broader community of law schools nationwide is helping out.

I should find out in the next couple of days whether I'll be hosting a student.

Yours truly,
Mr. X

...doing what I can...
9.2.2005 2:21am
Anonymous Law Graduate:
I'm disappointed to see that my alma mater isn't on there.

And it isn't as if the UC schools can't help out- Hastings is listed, and I know Boalt has come forward too.
9.2.2005 8:12am
Eugene Volokh (www):
I'm very pleased to report that UCLA will shortly be on the list.
9.2.2005 3:27pm
Anonymous Law Graduate:
I'm less disappointed as a result of Eugene's comment.

I'm still displeased it took them so long.
9.2.2005 4:04pm
Eugene Volokh (www):
The UC system is a complex bureaucracy; it takes time to get things properly cleared. (UC Hastings might find things easier, because -- to my knowledge -- it's freestanding, and responsible only to the Regents, not to a local UC campus.) Getting things done in a few days is a great feat in such institutions.
9.2.2005 5:25pm