Sidney Storozum admits that when he was first accepted at the Rev. Jerry Falwell's new law school, Liberty University, he wondered whether it would be Bible school peppered with law. But just a week into classes, Storozum -- the school's only Jewish student -- said he has no reservations about the quality of education or his exposure to Christian principles. Many in the legal profession, however, fear the college will turn out idealogues.
Having Faith in Falwell's Law School
The National Law Journal
September 1, 2004
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