Obviously at a law school!


  1. Speaking of Law Schools, I recently came across information that Harvard’s Law School was founded with money derived from the slave trade. Boston’s Isaac Royall the younger donated money to pay for Harvard’s first professor of laws. The Royall falmily’s money came from slave trading and from plantations producing sugar cane and distilling rum in Antigua. The family home at #15 George Street in Medford, Mass. is open to the paying public, but there’s no charge to visit the adjacent slave quarters and gift shop.

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