By Sol Schindler - Special to The Washington Times Shares
"You do occasionally get people saying that this is a silly idea that's going to end up going nowhere. And that's not what I'm hearing from professors," he said. "I definitely hear an increase in requests for trigger warnings. So I think this is a story that's just beginning, not one that's nearly over."
"You need the lawyers trained in the law related to rape in order to help rape victims," he said. "And the idea that somehow we're achieving any good by shielding lawyers from the ugly truths of criminal law is crazy."