Class Bias in Higher Education

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This blawg "is devoted to discussion of class bias in higher education. My specific interest is in legal education where most law professors are supplied by a small number of elite schools. I am interested in the manifestations of this bias and solutions. My experience is that the bias affects everything from hiring to acceptable forms of dress and discourse. The dominant characteristic of those in power is a 'sense of entitlement.' "

Author: Jeffrey Harrison is a professor at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. He also contributes to MoneyLaw.

Related Categories: Law Schools | Law Professor | University of Florida, Levin College of Law

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