Barry Scheck: The law school at the University of California at Berkeley when I went there was a comparatively conservative law  faculty.  When I say conservative, I mean there were many brilliant and great teachers there, but on the  whole the more progressive and socially active faculty was at Stanford. But the student body at Stanford was not like that then, and the student body at Berkeley was. I mean, we had a strike over third world admissions in our first year. I can’t tell you how significant that is, because in law school everybody wants to make sure that they get good grades. And in the first year, the idea that you would strike before exams was insane.  But we actually did that.