Berkeley Law dean, Stanford professor to argue case of Shakespeare’s friar

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UC Berkeley School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and Stanford Law School professor Bernadette Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.

Dean Chemerinsky and professor Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.
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Shakespeare update wows in SF

There’s something automatically intriguing about a production of “The Merchant of Venice,” Shakespeare’s most controversial play. Yes, even for San Francisco.  Though the city rarely shies away from addressing contentious subjects, something about “Merchant” raises brows. San Francisco is progressive, certainly, but progressive stops where political correctness begins. Fortunately for
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