NYT: At CUNY Law School, Questions on Costly Move

The New York Times has run a story on CUNY School of Law’s proposed move from Flushing, Queens to Long Island City, Queens. Ferd A. Bernstein, Some At CUNY Law School Question Cost of a Move, N.Y. Times, Mar. 22, 2010, at A21:

The City University of New York School of Law trains students to be public interest lawyers — the kind who battle bureaucracies and fight injustice.

But now, some of its teachers and students are taking aim at their own administration. At issue is the school’s plan to move from its current home, a former junior high school in Flushing, Queens, to a newer, sleeker building in Long Island City that Citigroup completed in 2007.

Dean Michelle Anderson wrote a public response for alumni addressing CUNY Law’s mission and the new space, the cost, and other advantages of the 2 Court Square location.

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