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vidually, and t also met with a
group of abouc 48 studencs to
talk about che issues in greacer
According to Caminker,
Portman had a chance to speak
withastudents of the LGST corn-
munity before che commence-
ment ceremony to hear their
concerns, in which they had a
"very honest, respectful con-
"Senator Portman said he
appreciated the opportunity to
hear from the students direct-
ly, and the students expressed
their respect for his agreement
to meet with them and listen to
their views," Caminker wote.
Caminker added that Port-
man commented on the walkcout
during his address by illustrat-
ing that it was an example of
students exercising their free-
dom of speech, a right he feels
important for all citizens.
"tIn Senator Poreman's com-
mencement remarks, he under-
scored the important role that
lawyers serve to uphold the
rule of law, including important
tenets such as the First Amend-
ment," Caminker wrote.
According to Caminker, the
walkout has opened the door to
new erudition for the Univer-
",The internal conversations
that were sparked within the
student body, with me, and with
Senator Portman created an
important learning moment for
many members of the commu-
nity," Caminkcer wrote, "This
all strikes me as consistent with
the mission of our great public
Caminkere wrote the situ-
ation was a valuable experi-
ence as it taught him how to
effectively communicate with
students and the importance of
keeping "the channels of com-
Sn the e-mail he sent to the
graduating students, Caminker
apologized for any "distress"
that the selection may have
"The Law School remains
steadfast in its commitment to
create a supportive environ-
ment for our LOST community,
and also to create an education-
al environment in which diverse
viewpoints can be represented,"
he wrote. "Anything less would
undermine the Law School's