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The University of New Mexico School of Law has indefinitely postponed a free public lecture by Ken Starr, with one administrator calling it a timing issue rather than a response to recent criticism.
Starr, the onetime U.S. Solicitor General who later spearheaded an investigation into then-President Bill Clinton, was set to speak on campus Thursday. The lecture – “Investigating the President, Now and Then: Living in a Constitutional Quagmire” – had been in the works for more than a year, according to the law school’s assistant dean, Hannah Farrington.
While UNM initiated the postponement conversation with Starr, Farrington said both parties agreed the timing was not ideal.