Quote of the Day - The identity you think you are does not exist.
That's right, the Boalt Hall School of Law in Bezerkley, Northern California, has hired an identity consultant to figure out who or what it is, and work out a recognizable brand for the school. Think about it. It's been called Boalt Hall since 1894, and it still can't figure out how to describe itself.
Then again, we're talking Bezerkly here, so it's certainly understandable to have an identity crisis now.
On the other hand, take the newly-formed, not-yet-even-open-for-business law school at the University of California, Irvine here in Orange County, well south of the Bezerkley border where Northern California has seceded from Southern California.
We've already got a name for our school: The Donald Bren School of Law, complete with a substantial founding donation, and more to surely follow. Heck, even the law professors back East know about the Bren School, and we only have two professors and a Dean so far, and not even one student.
Go figure. We're just a bunch of liberals down here.