Law school dating
Scientific studies have demonstrated (Google this yourselves I dont want to be accused of steering to the "right" studies) that married women will engage in infidelity with alpha males - sorry Paul yes high status).Beta males are the ones their spouses will most likely cheat on. In other words, if you are a "nice guy" "respectful" and "quite" women will not be awfully attracted to you.Alec's comment is not only disgustingly misogynist, it's ignorant -- when Berkeley tried to impose a categorical ban on any teacher dating any student (ie, adjunct law professor dating chemistry Ph D student) a number of years ago, the feminists on campus criticized the ban vociferously.Posted by: Kevin Jon Heller | Dec 30, 2014 PM The whole harassment topic has an inherent problem.So my guy friend has decided that he wants to take her out HOWEVER I am not allowed to sneakily set them up NOR am I allowed to tell her that I have any role in this, and I don't.In fact I think it was merely the alcohol in J's system that suggested her to him, as J is very aware of the pure awesomeness that radiates from her.Or if a 20 year old physics major dates a 26 year old classics grad student?Posted by: anon | Jan 29, 2015 PM Here, here, Paul.
Personally, I think it's fine for any adult to date any other adult on a university campus (including prof/student) as long as the student isn't actually under the professor's authority (in their class or clinic, RA'ing, etc.). Seriously, where is the "improper use of power" if a 28 year old law student dates a 38 year old engineering prof?Perhaps schools turn a blind eye because law students are adults – in contrast to undergraduate students – and, in theory, they are thus freer to make decisions about whom to date, much like people who date co-workers.