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March 23, 2011
Therapy Dogs for Law Students
“Yale Law School, renowned for competitiveness and its Supreme Court justices, is embarking on a pilot program next week in which students can check out a “therapy dog” named Monty along with the library’s collection of more than one million books.”
Here’s the link to the New York Times articles. As a lifetime lover of dogs, I enthusiastically endorse the program. By why stop with law students? I suspect they would like their profs to have therapy dogs as well. And when they start practicing, they will want their supervisors to have dogs too.
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