Inadmissible: HRF Partners With Law School

Texas Lawyer

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In its first partnership with a law school, Human Rights First, a nonprofit that provides pro bono legal representation to asylum seekers, will open an office in April at South Texas College of Law in Houston.

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    Please let me know if the individual writing those asinine comparisons on the sacrament of marriage, whether between homosexual or heterosexual partners, is an attorney. I want to make sure that person never represents my interests in anything legal or otherwise.

    Human rights and judicial rulings about same are not "pop" culture. If judicial rulings and the practice of law were based on "pop" culture the "rule of law" would be in trouble in this country.

    Semper Fi,
    Kit Carson
    USMC/USArmy(Ret)

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