Setting up of SMU's Law School
We had some discussion about was the importance of getting a law school as part of the university. If you looked at what's called a cognate kind of an intellectual connections between disciplines and how they enrich each other make a strong argument that the law school provides a cognate-tight connection or can to business, to accounting, information systems, even to parts of the arts and sciences. And having it missing was like having a piece of a puzzle where the other pieces were not as tightly integrated as they could be, because you didn't have a law school participating as part of the community. And Woody, an attorney, dean of the law school [at Emory University], was a natural to make the case.