Administrators at the University of Chicago Law School found out recently how sensitive some faculty, students and alumni can be to even minor changes in the prominent school’s vaunted curriculum.

Effective next year, and for the first time in some 40 years, the law school added a modern-day requirement for its first-year students.

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