In a 1994 interview, then-Harvard Law School dean Robert Clark said his institution was
actively applying an affirmative action policy to hiring female faculty, The Daily Caller has learned. The famed law school first offered Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren a professorship in 1992 and granted her tenure in 1995.
And charges leveled in a 1990 academic law journal raised serious questions about her qualifications to teach at Harvard at all. (RELATED: Complete coverage of Elizabeth Warren)
In 1991, Rutgers Professor Phillip Schuchman reviewed Warren’s co-authored 1989 book “As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America” in the pages of the Rutgers Law Review, a publication Warren once edited. Schuchman found “serious errors” which result in “grossly mistaken functions and comparisons.”