Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Doing fieldwork in prostitution law at UM

A Michigan law student took a "hands on" approach to studying the law and economics of prostitution, according to this article in the Ann Arbor News. In the process, she corrupted one of my distinguished colleagues in the Department of Near Eastern Studies.

Methinks that the Ann Arbor police department is a ripe target for budget cuts as the city tries to balance its budget if this is the best way they can come up with to spend their time and my tax dollars.

Methinks too that students exchanging for grades is a much more serious issue than students exchanging favors for cash.