The Roanoke paper has this commentary on the new affiliation between Virginia Tech's College of Science and the University of Richmond law school.
It says in part:
"Before the joint program was announced, the College of Science seemed to have as much in common with the T.C. Williams School of Law as nanotubes have with legal pads. But the union makes sense for law students with an inclination toward the sciences."
I listened to what amounts to a chemistry lecture myself, earlier in the week. It makes sense to me, to have lawyers (and judges) with science degrees.