Here is what a law professor thinks a civil rights attorney should do:
And here is what a public servant, a currently serving federal judge Richard Kopf thinks the civil rights attorney is if they do it - and present the results of their legal research to the court:
I believe, these two quotes should begin and end the law school course on civil rights litigation - because that is the essence of the civil rights litigation in America:
- a lot of good-faith aspirations for a legal remedy for constitutional violations allegedly supported by the Civil Rights Act
- that are usually struck down by a lot of vulgar, lazy and closed-minded bully-judges.