An e-mail from the University of Houston law school reports:

The University of Houston Law Center will be hosting the Loyola-NO School of Law in exile for the remainder of the Fall semester. They will relocate their faculty and 1L's, as well as some upper division students to our campus, where they will run a parallel law school on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Information about the arrangements is posted at their emergency web site: There is also a useful and interactive blog at . . . As it turns out, the disaster we encountered at UHLC during Tropical Storm Allison gave us near-unique expertise in this kind of law school recovery . . . .

Cool plan; hope it works out well for everyone. And, of course, many other schools are taking many law students into their own normal programs for the semester.

Todd Kincannon (mail):
Several Loyola law students joined classes at the University of South Carolina last week. A few joined my environmental law class. We're glad to have them (except that they seem pretty smart and might kill the grade distribution). :-)
9.10.2005 4:27pm
John Jenkins (mail):
Their grades will probably be P/F if it makes you feel better ;-)
9.10.2005 5:17pm
Dan Simon (mail) (www):
The claim, based on nothing more than a few scattered announcements, that an entire faculty of law professors believes in a "Loyola-in-exile"--and presumably wants to restore it--is nothing but a strawman argument intended to stereotype and ridicule a legitimate school of legal instruction. I'm surprised that anyone involved with this blog would take it seriously.
9.10.2005 6:50pm
Brian G (mail) (www):
And here at the University of New Mexico, we have 2 Tulane students and a Loyola student visiting for the semester.
9.10.2005 7:23pm
Jeremy (mail):
Dan Simon,

Surely you're joking? (A brief investigation of your blog indicates you're probably not.) In the event that you're not joking, what the heck are you talking about? Your post sounds, well, nutty.
9.10.2005 7:50pm
JohnO (mail):
Jeremy, it's a play on words, treating "Loyola in Exile" like the supposed Constitution in Exile movement.
9.10.2005 8:15pm
Paul doson (mail) (www):
Nice blog.I read some of you're articles and they are really nice.john
9.13.2005 7:14am