UC Hastings Chancellor Frank Wu

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For too long, law schools have been a "refuge for the bright liberal arts student who didn't know what he or she wanted to do," says UC Hastings College of the Law Chancellor Frank Wu. His proposed reforms include enrolling fewer students and providing more specialized legal training in areas like engineering and health care. We talk to Hastings' first Asian-American dean about his vision for the school, and for the legal profession.

Guests:

Frank Wu, chancellor and dean at University of California Hastings College of the Law. He is also author of "Yellow: Race in America Beyond Black and White."

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