Phoebe Haddon to Step Down as Dean of the University of Maryland School of Law

PhaddonPhoebe A. Haddon, dean of the University of Maryland School of Law, has announced that she will step down from her post at the end of the 2013-14 academic year. After a  one-year sabbatical, she will return to serve on the law school’s faculty.

Haddon was selected as dean of the nation’s third-oldest law school in 2009 after serving for 25 years on the faculty of the Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia.

Dean Haddon is a graduate of Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, and the Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Duquesne Law Review. She also earned a master’s degree in law at Yale Law School.

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  1. Does anyone have the heart and courage to state why this highly qualified women is stepping down as Dean of the University of Maryland-School of law?
    Is there one among you that has the intelligence to tell the readers of this website why this great woman is stepping down or do you stay silent in fear that if you speak up it will jeopardize your fake alliances you have with the dominant culture?

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