Friday, October 28, 2011

Third Tier Public Waste Heap: University of Mississippi School of Law


http://www.law.olemiss.edu/current_students/cstudents.html#tuition

Tuition: In-state students, attending this dung heap on a full-time basis, will be charged $11,293 in tuition – for the 2011-2012 academic year. So the school is somewhat affordable, for Mississippi residents. However, out-of-state, full-time law students will pay $24,693 in tuition, to attend this trash heap – for 2011-2012.

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+5

Ranking: When you received your Acceptance Letter, it was, without doubt, one of the proudest days of your life. Before you enrolled, did you bother to check the US “News” & World Report ranking, assigned to this school? If not, then look away for a moment. As you can see, the rag lists this commode as the 107th greatest, most exhilarating and fantastic law school in the land.

http://law.olemiss.edu/img/pdfs/2010%20NALP%20Employment%20Stats.pdf

Putrid Employment Placement: According to this document – “The University of Mississippi School of Law graduated 162 students in 2010. One hundred seven (107) graduates, or 74.3 % of the class, were employed within 9 months of graduation. The Office of Career Services obtained the employment status of 144 out of 162, or 88.9% of the class.”

Note how the pigs rely on NALP’s methodology. Apparently, they feel that this shows that they are both “ethical” and in compliance with industry standards. By the way, a 74.3 percent “placement rate” is beyond pathetic!

http://abovethelaw.com/2011/09/youre-saying-the-cat-got-a-job-because-of-his-hat/

Then again, Kristin Flierl, ancient witch and director of career services, told graduating Ole Miss law students that it is not her job to help them find employment. That might help explain why the placement figures are so putrid.

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/grad-debt-rankings/page+7

Average Law Student Indebtedness: USN&WR lists the average student indebtedness - for those members of the University of Mississippi Sewer of Law Class of 2010 who incurred student debt for law school - as $62,012. Fully 77 percent of this class took on such toxic debt. While the debt figure may not strike you as obscene, keep in mind that this figure does include student debt from undergrad. Furthermore, we are talking about the poverty-stricken state of Mississippi.

http://mississippi.lawschoolnumbers.com/

“Generosity” of the Sewer of Law: Law School Numbers shows that the commode provided full tuition and stipend to 5.2% of students; full tuition scholarships to 0.2 percent of its pupils; and half-tuition offers to 8.5% of law students – for 2005-2006.

http://law.olemiss.edu/img/pdfs/Space%20Law%20Certificate%20Web%20description%202009.pdf

“The National Center for Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law at the University of Mississippi School of Law (Center), is the nation’s leading — and only — law school for the study of both air and space law. The Center offers a Certificate in Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law. For law students seeking such specialized legal courses, this certificate provides a comprehensive understanding of the legal processes regulating domestic and international aerospace activities. Students enrolled in the Certificate program receive the distinctive, interdisciplinary knowledge and expertise for which the Center is world-renowned.” [Emphasis mine]

As a student at this open garbage pit, you can earn a certificate in something called “Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law”!! Surely, this certification will come in handy, at some point, in your legal career, right?! Can you believe that the federally-backed student loan system funds this patent nonsense?!?!

Ole Miss Spends $50 Million for a New Law School Facility:

http://www.msmec.com/index.php/overview/archives/273-university-of-mississippi-law-school-dedicated-to-khayat

“Hundreds of alumni, friends faculty and staff gathered at the University of Mississippi on April 15 to dedicate the new $50 million law school facility to a man who is credited with shepherding the university through a renaissance of growth.

“Words cannot express the deep appreciation my family and I have to those responsible for the naming of the Law Center,” said Robert C. Khayat, esteemed Chancellor Emeritus and Board Distinguished Professor of Law.”

The 130,000-square-foot Robert C. Khayat Law Center opened for classes in January and is a state-of-the-art facility with room for the law school’s many clinical programs and research centers. The LEED-certified building is the first for a Mississippi public institution.”

This is what the schools care about, i.e. expanding, constructing new buildings, and adding to their “prestige.” In order to do so, they need to have asses in seats. You, the student, are simply a means to an end. The law school industry's interests do not align with your goals.

Conclusion: The school is a festering stench pit that provides its graduates with toilet job prospects. The commode published a job placement rate of 74.3 percent, for its Class of 2010!! If you do not have strong family, business or political connections, then you are taking on one hell of a risk by attending this “affordable” law school.

40 comments:

  1. Ole Miss Law? They might as well call it "The Fecal Matter School of Shit." What job prospects can you possibly have with a JD from this shit factory? Cow tipping law? Do you think Cravath recruits from Ole Miss? Shit, I doubt McDonalds would participate in this school's OCI, which for this school means "Occupationally Challenged Individual."

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  2. When you mentioned remote sensing, air and space law I initially thought 'OKay, now he's joking and making stuff up.'

    Then I clicked on the link and lo and behold the school offers a certificate in this shit. Is NASA going to hire you with this credential? It's time to cut off federal student loans to these trash cans.

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  3. I graduated from this pit hole and I am an official consultant for many of the weekend Civil War reeanactment groups we have in the State. The legal issues that exist with these events combined with my specialization in climate change law made the training I received here invaulable and I am constantly changing history.

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  4. ^ So true! How can one justify the funneling of Federal dollars into these institutions? They are not adding value to society; they are simply creating the next generation of debt servants. Student loans need to be severely restricted, if not abolished altogether.

    Student loans inflate the cost of higher education, and in doing so, enable and even foster low productivity, high salaries, waste, fraud, etc. All the expense of taxpayers and the new crop of debt slaves.

    NO MORE STUDENT LOANS.

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  5. DO NOT PAY YOUR STUDENT LOANS!

    They are just imaginary, a "fake" debt that exists on some computer somewhere.

    What can they do to you? NOTHING.

    It's time to wake up folks. This "debt" is just an arbitrary one, and unsecured at that.

    DO NOT PAY STUDENT LOAN DEBT.

    As we speak, I'm getting tons of credit card offers in the mail. Guess what I'm going to do? Get those credit cards, use them, and never pay.

    GOOD LUCK COMING AFTER ME.

    Oh, and I hope to get calls from collections agencies. Then I'll sue under the FDCPA.

    This is how I'll make my living as an attorney.

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  6. 918 is right. Get rid of student loans. Before anyone cries that this'll lessen opportunities for millions, remember that millions have mortgaged their future by student loans and are now making ~$30K a year. And does anyone think that the schools will keep tuition at thse high levels once student loans are wiped out?

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  7. Has ennybody on dis dem there here forum ever taken a shit that looked like Indonesia? Where it's scattered all over da place? Well, dat's how yer future looks if ya attend the Univoysity a Missehgotdamnssippeh School o' Law.

    One time I went to Mickey D's and had a McRib (judge meh, if ya want, muthafucka) and The Colonel got the runs bigger than a summamahbitch. It came out all green and spread out lookin' like da Phillipines. HUrt like a muthafucka too. When ya brings yer ass to The Colonel's ya don't gets the Hershey squirts like dat, does ya? Ya's mights get some bubble guts but not da drizzlin' shits. Can Ol' Miss say the same? By the way, assholes know betta tahn to be tryin' to front up on The Colonel wit' dat ol' mascot.

    Fuck Colonel Reb 'n his ol' Confederate ass with the stars 'n bars 'n shit. Fuck 'im.

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  8. http://ip-whois-lookup.com/lookup.php?ip=130.74.206.138

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    Hello, University of Mississippi ass-hat. How are you doing today, in University, MS?

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    http://ip-whois-lookup.com/lookup.php?ip=130.74.205.236

    IP Information - 130.74.205.236
    Host name: hst000108295um.admin2-wireless.olemiss.edu
    Country: United States
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    City: University

    You have only yourselves to blame for this coverage, Ole Miss SOL administrators. Your director of career services told your customers, i.e. students, that it is not her job to find them employment. Furthermore, the school – by its own admission – produces anemic job prospects for its grads. Yet, you guys have money to build and dedicate a new $50 million facility.

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  9. lol @ "Certificate in Remote Sensing, Air and Space Law."

    Getting a little bit too snooty, Ole Miss, to set up certificate programs in such pedestrian areas as housing, bankruptcy, immigration, personal injury, and criminal defense? You know, to give your grads some skills and experience that might assist them in marketing themselves to employers or in scratching out a living as a solo?

    Or maybe Mississippi has a deep-pocketed but underserved population of extraterrestrials, with all sorts of thorny space law issues that need to be resolved in our earthling courts.

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  10. Hold on here. So had I attended Ole Miss Law and received an education in cow law and the space law certificate, I could have landed a consultant gig on the set of "Cowboys and Aliens?" Fuck, I could make a living defending adverse possession claims of the stars and moon.

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  11. Good work. It looks like Ole Miss is wanting to see what people have to say about their shithole of a law school.

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  12. Listen UP Everybody!

    Albert (AL) Lord of Sallie Mae is your friend, and a great, cross Millenial friend of American Humanity.

    Al Lord has been unselfishly dedicated to helping young kids to realize a dream: The dream of Higher Education and a better life afterwards.

    Al Lord is a Saint!

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  13. The justification for attending Ole Miss, would be that you want to practice law in Mississippi and run for political office. Please tell us Nardo whether this is the highest ranked law school in Miss

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  14. "Al Lord is a Saint!"

    Al Lord is the Devil, his company is a scam, and he needs to be physically destroyed. His monstrosity barely worked when the economy was humming along; now it's a malfunctioning monolith. Fuck Sallie Mae and Al Lord.

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  15. 'Julie Beaulieu
    I was about 10 years old and riding bikes with my cousin Jimmy in St Louis Park, MN. We were on our way to the mall to shop at Music Land and there was an older man dressed all in white and driving a big white Cadillac. I stopped and said he looked like the 'Chicken Man' he laughed and asked what we were up to and we told him we were going to buy a record from money our Grandma gave us. Records were 25 cents than and the Colonel gave us each a shiny 50-cent piece. I took mine back to Grandma who didn't believe that the "Chicken man" would be at our strip mall. I had that 50-cent piece for years and would look to make sure that no one took it from my Grandma but when she passed -- there went my 50-cent piece. I always wanted to know what happened to it. Maybe my Grandma's kids diviided all her stuff and didn't know about the shiny 50-cent piece given to me by the "Chicken man."'

    Can ya picture mah old ass behind the fuckin' wheel o' dat big fuckin' white Cadillac?

    Boo-ooo-wah! Hoo-wah!

    Let's go Colonel.

    Du-du du du dut

    Let's go Colonel.

    Du du du du dut.

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  16. Using "Missisippi" and "prestige" in the same sentence is like uttering "law school administration" with "ethics."

    That is one nasty toilet! Keep up the great work!

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  17. I went to Ole Miss Law. I played left tackle while reciting the specifics of International Shoe. 3 years later, i got my JD and the Baltimore Ravens drafted me.

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  18. ^flame

    http://www.law.olemiss.edu/umlaw_mag/umlawfall05/faces.htm

    Jesse Mitchell played offensive lineman at Ole Miss. PLayed eight games in the NFL and then went back to Ole Miss for law school in 2005.

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  19. Let's take a look at Robert Khayat. If he is worthy of a $50 million law school building being named after him, he must be amazing, right?!?!

    http://www.olemiss.edu/projects/sacs2009/ccr/rsrc/SACS/Item20300ChiefExecutiveOfficer/Khayat_CV_2008.pdf

    “Professional Experience:

    Chancellor, The University of Mississippi 1995 - present

    Professor of Law and Executive Director of the Sesquicentennial Celebration University of Mississippi, 1993-1995

    Vice Chancellor for University Affairs
    University of Mississippi, 1984 - 1989

    School of Law Faculty
    University of Mississippi, 1969 - Present”

    http://www.law.olemiss.edu/dedication.html

    “DM: Wicker Deems Khayat “the Khayat Man”

    During the dedication ceremony of the new Robert C. Khayat Law Center, University of Mississippi law alum and U.S. Senator Roger F. Wicker likened chancellor emeritus Khayat as "Khayatman." "His mind is faster than a speeding bullet, his pride is more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap over stubborn search committees in a single bound, look, up in the skybox, he's a jock, he's a judge, he's a brain, yes, he's Khayatman," Wicker said. "He fights a never-ending battle for truth, justice, and the Ole Miss way.”

    http://vimeo.com/22519938

    If you want to see a filmed hagiography of “chancellor emeritus” Robert C. Khayat, watch this “retrospective” on Vimeo. Make sure that you have a barf bag handy. From the description:

    “Short retrospective video on former University of Mississippi Chancellor Robert C. Khayat. Produced for the dedication of the Robert C. Khayat Law Center at the University of Mississippi by Media and Documentary Projects. Directed by Matthew Graves.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Newolemisslawbuilding1.jpg

    Here is a picture of the Robert C. Khayat Law Center at the University of Mississippi, which opened in January 2011. Now, if only the graduates had decent employment opportunities.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9-qOQFbUqE

    “Hundreds of alumni, friends faculty and staff gathered at the University of Mississippi Friday to dedicate the new $50 million law school facility to a man who is credited with shepherding the university through a renaissance of growth. Video by Mary Stanton[.]”

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  20. 12:33--I guess that means you're included among the 74 percent of Ole Miss law grads who were "placed" in jobs. Congratulations!

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  21. This school is TTT. And they know it. What's the point in wasting time on this dump?

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  22. What stands out most in this article is the school spending $50 million for a new building but its graduates having shit job prospects. There is something seriously messed up about that.

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  23. ^^^
    That's because all they care is about recruiting the next crop of bodies. Bodies that will allow them to keep leeching from the Federal Government. Once these bodies have been sucked up, law schools no longer have a need for them. If these students get jobs, great; otherwise, not a problem: they have already payed.

    There are perverse incentives to keep admitting students and hit them huge bills. The problem is Federal loans. Without them the system collapses. Regulate student loans wisely or get rid of them.

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  24. ALBERT LORD IS THE KIND OF MAN THAT CAN BUILD HIGHWAYS, PUT WINGS ON HOSPITALS, DONATE TO UNIVERSITIES AND CHARITIES ALL IN THE SAME BREATH, BUILD WORKHOUSES FOR THE ORPHANS, FEED THE HUNGRY AND HOUSE THE HOMELESS.

    LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IT IS MY GREAT PLEASURE TO SUBMIT MY NOMINATION, FOR AL LORD, OF SALLIE MAE, FOR THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THESE GREAT UNITED STATES!

    Shave and a haircut-----10 cents.

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  25. Albert Lord is a piece of shit.

    Shit, shower and a shave at your local YMCA...$2.50.

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  26. http://library.law.olemiss.edu/

    "University of Mississippi Grisham Law Library

    experience amazing

    Law Library Hours

    The Grisham Law Library will observe the following hours during Fall 2011:

    Monday - Thursday: 7am to 12am
    Friday: 7am to 10pm
    Saturday: 9am to 10pm*
    Sunday: 10am to 12am
    *closed all day on Saturday home football games"

    The law school is so "prestigious" that its library is closed all day, for Saturday home football games!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Grisham#Law_and_politics

    "Law and politics

    Grisham practiced law for about a decade and also won election as a Democrat in the Mississippi state legislature from 1983 to 1990 at an annual salary of US$8,000.[2][11] By his second term at the Mississippi state legislature, he was the vice-chairman of the Apportionment and Elections Committee and a member of several other committees.[1]

    Grisham's writing career blossomed with the success of his second book, The Firm, and he gave up practicing law, except for returning briefly in 1996 to fight for the family of a railroad worker who was killed on the job.[1] His official site states that "He was honoring a commitment made before he had retired from the law to become a full-time writer. Grisham successfully argued his clients' case, earning them a jury award of US$683,500 — the biggest verdict of his career."[7]"

    Grisham is one hell of a writer, and perhaps the most recognizable alumnus from this law school. Why else would the school dedicate the law library, in his name? The fact is that Grisham was happy to leave the "profession," after practicing for about one decade. That should alert prospective law students to the shortcomings of this field.

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  27. http://ip-whois-lookup.com/lookup.php?ip=130.74.205.128

    How are you doing today, admin/cockroach?!?!

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    From my stats, moron:

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    Nine visits in one day. Obviously, you dolts are hard at work "educating" law students, right?!

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  28. University if Mississippi Law is the Best Law School in the South. There is no doubt. I graduated from the Law school in 2009 an I am making over 100,000 a year. So any one that dises this Law Program is Lying or Lazy.

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  29. Look at the garbage posted by the cockroach at 11:21 am. Hopefully, this was a mere flame. Anyone who actually believes such nonsense is a pathetic moron.

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  30. Interesting. I came here from a google search to find out more about Jesse Mitchell graduating from my alma mater's law school and this is what I find.

    Two comments:

    One, you bash OM for ranking poorly at the beginning of your post, then bash it again for pandering to ratings at the bottom of your post? Did you hope your readers would forget?

    Two, the legal market sucks. I came out of OM law as an associate editor of the law review, a representative of our moot court board in the Duberstein national competition, a winner of several regional appellate advocacy competiton, top 7% of my class, as one of the four finalists for our federal trial practice annual 3L award, and as a person who had absolutely no legal connections whatsoever. I knew people who had a hard time drooling in class who landed sweet gigs while I had to pound the pavement. Since 2009 I've put in crappy hours at tough gigs, but I've handled federal and state trials solo, dabbled in a bit of everything, and have only now fell into specializing. I'm the head attorney for the Memphis, TN, office of my multi-state firm. After 3 years of busting my chops, I'm still not quite making six figures. However, I leave to go home when I feel like, I'm wearing blue jeans today because I felt like it, and unlike my fellow classmates who need a partner's approval to do pretty much anything, I operate with almost full autonomy.

    Law schools sacrificing students' welfare for their own survival is not something I'm going to argue about. You're right, and it is crap. At least OM has reduced its graduating class to adjust to the new realities. Incidentally, the new law center is pretty awesome, and it helps us attract top tier faculty. The old Lamar center was genuinely terrible. For a building designed in the sixties, it had terrible leaking issues, difficulty upgrading for full internet connectivity and had a poorly designed law library. The upgrade was desperately needed. To this day, I don't know how OM Law attracted guys like Mercer Bullard or held on to guys like George Cochran. Bullard was a youngish (for a law professor) guy who taught my corporate finance and law & economics courses; on his off days would testify in front of Congress regarding mutual fund regulation and other related topics.

    At any rate, you can't complain that Ole Miss Law is terrible and then complain when they take actions to improve their rankings and product. Especially when you've never set foot on the campus.

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  31. And as an aside, I take umbrage at your complaint that the average OM law grad had $60,000 (OMG!) dollars of law school debt upon graduation. A sister school, geographically, and with an admittedly better resume, Vanderbilt, costs $46,400 in tuition alone. Per their website, a student can expect to spend $70,146 in room, board, and books per year. Vandy's placement rate is within ten percentage points of OM's. I'd rather have $60,000 in debt and spend a little longer looking for a job than paying off $210,000+ while finding a job within a year.

    I may be completely wrong here, and I feel I'm about to turn to ad hominem as this post and the the commenters below it have already done, but how many of you have actually gone to law school? Graduated? Are currently employed (at a legal job)?

    These arguments seem more at place in a fanboy argument between COD and Halo fans as to who has the 'l33test' gaming skills. You sounds angry, upset, probably more than a little wronged by the job environment. How do you think I felt when my first job out of law school was as a contract attorney doing discovery review? It's the new reality. Now is not the time to be an attorney, whether in the East, West or South. Suck it up and make something of yourself, or press the reset button and do something else. That's more productive than crying on some anonymous blog.

    And as an FYI - Baxter Hall is one of the telecom buildings across campus and has nothing to do with faculty, administrators or the law school. I am curious as to why it keeps generating hits. Perhaps campus internet is routed through Baxter? If so, I suppose it could be a law administrator reading with their connection funneled through Baxter.

    If so, wouldn't you WANT them to be reading your blog so they can respond to your criticism? This is yet another example of why this whole page seems more like a temper tantrum than an actual discourse as to what is done wrong and how to fix it.

    This also took entirely too much of my time to write, which reflects very poorly on me.

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  32. To Douchebag Jared Martin,

    By your own account, you are doing very well. Yet, you are butthurt because several commenters have pointed out that the University of Mississippi Sewer of Law is a third tier trash can. That is reality, bitch. Enjoy your career and get over your inferiority complex.

    Dumbass, you busted your ass in law school, i.e. you hustled to get where you are at today. Don't give the ABA dung heap too much credit for your skills, drive and determination.

    I love when law school pigs check out my site. However, it is funny that few of these "professors" and administrators bother to post comments on this blog. After all, they like to view the contents. Why don't these ass-clowns and goochmunchers bother to respond on their commode's profile?

    Apparently, you are unable to connect the dots, Jared. The school has a pathetic ranking, despite its significant capital improvements. Of course, the ratings game is played by all law schools, i.e. other low-ranked toilets are also renovating or constructing new libraries or law school buildings. This results in no meaningful change to the individual school's reputation, as furnished by US "News" & World Report.

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  33. Nando really needs a life. He's probably a lonely, short bald guy with an inferiority complex with mommy and rejection issues.

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  34. @ September 12, 2012 7:05 am,

    That is called projection, loser. I am married, with a baby boy on the way. I also have thick, dark hair - and women seem to like me. Just ask your mother, bitch.

    This idiot has hurt feelings, because several people have pointed out that the University of Mississippi School of Law is a third tier pile of rubbish. See if your school allows psychiatric care, under its insurance coverage.

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    Get a life, cockroach. Apparently, you work for this trash pit - in an administrative office. Are you upset because people are catching onto the law school scam? Is your pathetic job on the line, pussy?!?!

    http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+6

    By the way, you piece of trash: the University of Mississippi Sewer of Law is NOW RANKED AS THE 135TH BEST LAW SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES. How is that for progress, waterhead?!?!

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  35. This law school is such a fucking waste of space. It just goes to show legal education doesn't amount to shit in America.

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  36. Ole Miss is really not that bad of a law school.....

    I wonder why the naysayers even give a shit....

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  37. To the mental midget/apologist rat above, who posted today at 1:14 pm,

    Take a look at the following, ass-hat.

    http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+5

    The Univer$iTTTy of Mi$$i$$ippi Sewer of Law is still listed as a third tier commode, by US "News" & World Report, Bitch. In the 2014 ratings scheme, it is listed as the 102nd greatest, most spectacular and incredible law school in the entire country. What a great "accomplishment," huh?!?!

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  38. Nando, I'm an Ole Miss grad (BA, '95), and I can tell you the campus IT is based in Baxter Hall. If anyone from Ole Miss comments from anywhere on campus, the IP address should read as Baxter.

    There are four former dorms clustered (Baxter, Sam, Gerard, and Lester) that we ROTC cadets called "Dead Lieutenants Hill" atop steep-ass Rebel Drive where we did our morning runs. All four buildings were named after Ole Miss graduates killed in action as infantry officers in WWII.

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  39. I recall living in MS in the 80s during a gubernatorial election. One of the candidates went to Harvard Law and I overheard a comment from a lawyer relative of mine saying, "I guess he wasn't good enough to get into Ole Miss".

    And, frankly, that's the mindset in the state. If you're from MS and your goal is to practice in the state and never leave, then you're probably better off going to OM law than pretty much anywhere else.

    There's a firm in Oxford - where the University is located - that lists the partners OM fraternity and sorority affiliations on their website. That's the mentality you're dealing with there.

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