Karl Lutz

The Washington Post has described ATL as a “must-read legal blog.” And it seemed that this was literally true for students in a course entitled “Law Firms and Legal Careers,” taught at the University of Michigan Law School by Karl Lutz, of counsel to Kirkland & Ellis.

The course description on the Michigan Law website included this sentence, which we highlighted yesterday as our Quote of the Day:

Students are expected to become completely familiar with and prepared to discuss in class the blog “Above the Law.”

As it turns out, according to Lutz, this sentence is not supposed to be in the course description. We received a phone call this morning from Lutz, who said that this language was added to his course description without his knowledge or consent. It was not in the course description that Lutz submitted to the law school; it was subsequently added (how or by whom, Lutz doesn’t know). Lutz has contacted Michigan Law to notify them of the problem.

Lutz also shared with us his opinion of Above the Law….

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