Wednesday, March 6, 2013

First Tier Dirty Sanchez: University of California Davis School of Law


http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/current/financial-aid/cost-of-attendance.html

Tuition: California residents attending this trash heap, on a full-time basis, will be charged $49,564 in tuition - for the 2012-2013 school year. Out-of-state, full-time law students at UC Davi$ will be pounded in the ass, to the tune of $58,815 in tuition - for 2012-2013. Who says that public law schools offer affordable rates?!

Estimated, Total Cost of Attendance: According to this same document, living expenses, i.e. housing, food, and personal costs, amount to an additional $14,336. Transportation is listed as $1,682,while books and supplies are estimated at $1,014. For in-state, full-time students, the total figure is $66,596.

However, ABA-accredited garbage heaps base these costs off of a nine-month academic year. Since actual law students will require living expenses over twelve months, I will prorate the indirect costs. Doing so, we reach a more accurate, estimated COA of $71,935 for in-state, full-time law students at this school - for the current year.

Make sure that you are sitting down, before reading further. If you have a weak heart, then skip over to the next section of this profile. Under the worst-case scenario, i.e. full-time enrollment as an non-resident, the total, estimated cost of attendance - for 2012-2013 - total COA for the current year will hit $81,186. What a great milestone, huh?!?!

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+2

Ranking: At these prices, you would expect this to be a truly elite “institution of higher learning.” Pussy Bob Morse and US “News” & World Report rate Univer$ity of California Davi$ Sewer of Law as the 29th most sensational and terrific law school in the entire nation. The commode shares this distinction with four other schools. If you think that your future is set up nicely, simply by attending this overpriced entity, then you are sorely mistaken. 

[UPDATE: The newest version of the USN&WR rankings was issued today.  This commode is now ranked as the 38th greatest and most amazing law school in the country.  How is that for progress?]

http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/current/career-services/files/ABA-509.pdf

Employment Placement Statistics: Take a look at the toilet’s Class of 2011 Employment Report, for this information. Based off of this chart, 177 out of 190 graduates, for whom employment status was known, were working within nine months of graduation. This equates to a “placement” rate of 93.16 percent, for this particular class.

By the way, of the 141 jobs where bar passage was required, 18 positions were part-time. In fact, 17 of those 18 jobs were also listed as short-term. Hell, 13 of the 123 full-time, legal positions were reported to be short-term. What a thriving job industry, huh?!?!

In addition, 19 members of the University of California Davis Sewer of Law Class of 2011 were placed in university-funded positions! Yes, the commode hired a full ten percent of its class! For $ome rea$on, these jobs are not broken down into full-time, part-time, long term or short term status. Do you still want to defend this scam industry, lemming?!

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

Average Law Student Indebtedness: USN&WR lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the UC Davis JD Class of 2011 who incurred debt for law school - as $100,517. Furthermore, 86 percent of this commode’s unfortunate 2011 class took on such foul debt. Keep in mind that this figure does not include undergraduate debt. It also does not take accrued interest into account.

Academic Journal Tripe:

http://jjlp.law.ucdavis.edu/

As a student at this public dump site, you will have the unique opportunity to write onto the world-famous Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy. Check out this silly description:

“The Journal of Juvenile Law & Policy is a biannual publication of the UC Davis School of Law that addresses the unique concerns of children in the American legal system.

Initially a product of the creativity and activism of a small group of King Hall students, called the Advocates for the Rights of Children (ARC), the Journal has evolved into a vigorous organization committed to providing practical and timely information about current juvenile, family and educational law issues. The goal of the Journal is to provide a forum for discussion and to encourage community awareness and involvement in issues that affect children.”

Yes, with that academic journal “experience” under your belt, legal employers are certain to fight over you, right?!?! Don’t tell anyone that you managed to become a notes editor on this publicaTTTion, if you don’t want beautiful women running each other down with their cars - in order to gain your attention.

California’s Legendary Attorney Glut: 

http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/27/the-lawyer-surplus-state-by-state/

On June 27, 2011, Catherine Rampell posted a piece in the New York Times Economix blog, under the headline “The Lawyer Surplus, State by State.” Her piece relied on data produced by Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc. Check out these numbers, for California: estimated, annual openings from 2010-2015 stand at 3,307. However, 6,258 people passed the bar exam in 2009, which represents a SURPLUS of 2,951 lawyers. I know that “law professors” love to claim that lawyers are worthless at math. However, you must be mentally deficient - if you fail to grasp the gravity of the situation.

Conclusion: If you attend and graduate from this GROSSLY OVERPRICED, public toilet, you will likely end up incurring an additional $110K-$155K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt. In case you want to remain in California, keep in mind that the state is THE SECOND MOST GLUTTED LAWYER JOB MARKET, in the entire country. In the end, you need to look at law school strictly as a financial decision. You simply do not need to ruin your financial future, in order to contribute to the inflated salaries of the “professors” and deans.

71 comments:

  1. Didn't you profile this school already? Do more of the so-called T14.

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  2. Yes, please go after the holy grail, starting with the bottom half of the T14! That would be the nail in the coffin. They are all in bad shape.

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  3. That disgusting picture, just like most law schools' employment stats, must have been doctored. There is no way a human being could have taken that kind of dump based on the splatter pattern and range. I don't know too much about this school given its artificially "high" ranking. However, at $50K per year it is overpriced. As a NYC attorney, I can attest that there is no demand for UCDavis produced lawyers. California can keep these lemmings.

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    1. It's the green apple splatters....

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    2. Not sure, we need a stool splatter diagnosis. I think that Dexter show is about a blood splatter specialist. Wonder if any similar physics models are at play.

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    3. @235,

      Spoken like a true connoisseur. Don't you wish you could get those sculpting hands into THAT picture!

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    4. ....And it's the anonymous psycho from the "Outside the Law School Scam" blog! He's being a creepy stalker too! I'm guessing he's Mr. Infinity or that Brian Leiter guy the OTLSS crew fears.

      Either way, he can go fuck himself.

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    5. I'll take that as a yes. For some mysterious reason, you no longer refer to the weapons you'd like to use on people. I wonder why?

      Sculptoriffic!!!

      LOL

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    6. On you: a flame-thrower.

      Your family: an aluminum baseball bat.

      Your neighbors: another aluminum baseball bat, `cause the first one would be dented.

      Happy now?

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    7. For reasons that should be obvious, your "arsenal" probably has the same limitations as that antagonist from "Terminator 2." Knives and bludgeons, but nothing with special chemicals or moving parts.

      I mean, what's next, are you going to promise to sculpt a "time machine" out of your turds and use it to kill my ancestors in the past?

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    8. A flame thrower has moving parts, numbnuts.

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  4. With these tuition and cost of living numbers, I would love to see how many UCD Law graduates are on IBR/forbearance. I'm sure it would be a significant number.

    Nando, you should make a request under FOIA to see if the feds will disclose these numbers.

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  5. Who or what shit all over the place? It's lunch time where I'm at so thanks for ruining that for me.

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  6. Hey Nando, did you read about Leiter and the faculty lounge website? You should flush him again.

    http://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2013/03/whats-going-on-in-the-faculty-lounge

    Supposedly a law professor from the faculty lounge gave IP addresses of critical commenters to Leiter. Leiter is trying to out people because they don't write nice things about him. Did you ever get a troll from the Chicago area?

    Any lemmings reading this take heed: Your "professors" will bleat about ethics, tolerance, and respect for others. These principles are ignored when a law professor's jellyfish ego is bruised. There is nothing ethical about outing people's IP's and emailing their employers.

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  7. Hi Nando, been a while! Glad to see you're still bitch slapping the rotten law schools.

    80K per year for out of state? LOZLLZZZLOLZOLZOZLOZL

    A quarter mil for the chance to practice law in a state with structural unemployment and a sweet 9.3% state income tax. Sounds like a STEAL of a DEAL lolzzlzzzllolz

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  8. I am glad to see that you have returned to blogging about this foul industry, Subprime! Thank you for mentioning the high state income tax rate, for those residing in sunny California. Lemmings also need to be aware of those yearly costs, before enrolling in law school.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/the-10-most-expensive-law-schools-in-america-2012-9?op=1

    On October 5, 2012, Business Insider ran a story, from reporter Jennifer Polland, under the header “The 10 Most Expensive Law Schools in America.” Here is the text of that article:

    “Law school costs a lot of money. Period.

    But when you're factoring in the cost of law school, it's not the tuition alone—which costs an average of $40,585 per year—that you have to consider.

    You also have to think about everything from the cost of health insurance to books, a computer , and other supplies. Then there are the hidden fees that you probably don't factor in, like loan fees, transportation, business attire, and networking costs (taking people out to lunch, attending conferences, and more).

    Add in the cost of living (which can be quite high in a city like New York), and you've got yourself a lot of debt.

    We looked at each school's total cost estimate for one year of law school—most of which assume that students are living a very modest lifestyle—and then added in some extra costs that the schools seem to have forgotten to include, like loan fees, computers , and more.”

    The publication lists the following "non-profit" corporate entities as the ten most expensive law schools. I have provided the tuition and total COA numbers next to the in$titution's name:

    10. New York Law Sewer – tuition rate of $47,600, and estimated COA of $74,986;

    9. USC Gould School of Law – tuition set at $50,638, and total COA listed as $76,120;

    8. Stanford Law School – charges $48,870 in tuition, with total costs reaching $76,391;

    7. Cornell University Law School – tuition set at $55,220, and total COA of $76,680;

    6. Northwestern University Law School – charges $53,168 in tuition, with a total cost of $77,662;

    5. NYU Law School – tuition rate of $51,150, and total COA reaching $78,726;

    4. Crooklyn Law School – tuition set at $49,976, while total costs amount to $79,347;

    3. Fordham University Law School – charges $48,900 in tuition, with a total COA of $80,037;

    2. Harvard Law School – tuition rate of $49,950, with total costs reaching $81,293;

    1. Columbia Law School – tuition charges of $53,636, while the total COA hits $81,950.

    It is nice to see that this news source provided costs that these diploma “forgot” to list in their $elf-$erving estimates. However, it does not appear that the publication prorated living expenses for the full twelve-month period. At any GIGANTIC rate, the University of California Davis Sewer of Law approaches these monstrous figures. The “law professors” and deans can charge whatever the hell they want in tuition, as the pigs live off of the federally-backed, student loan teat.

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  9. Most of the IP addresses will be from public libraries or homeless shelters for unemployed lawyers who went to the toilets that are disclosing the IP.addresses

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  10. Brian Lieter has on his personal webpage an advertisement for his book called WHY TOLERATE RELIGION and from the looks of his photo someone needs to perform an exorcism on him. He looks possessed.

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  11. The photo for this profile belongs on Seton Hall Law's glossy recruitment brochures! Someone should alert The Valvoline Dean!

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  12. This picture is so fitting.

    Anyone who lives in the region knows that when on Highway 80 near Davis, you always speed up and go faster. Why?!?!?!

    The smell of shit permeates the area. No joke. Davis is notorious for smelling like cow shit because of all the fields near the area. I suppose it is fitting: a shitty law school surrounded by shit.

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  13. $49.564 for a "public" law school?

    Sounds pretty Orwellian to me.

    California Uber Alles!

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    1. Thank you Jello Biafra! :)

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  14. 58K+ for out-of-state tuition? Just bend over, damn.

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  15. 9:08--Glad to bring him into the discussion any chance I get!

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  16. Does anyone charge more than UC Davis does for out of state students? That number is just fucking incredible. It's so big it's stoopit.

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  17. I can't believe any rational human would spend/borrow a quarter of a million dollars for the chance to compete in a glutted job market doing boring doc review/research for 25-35 bucks an hour. I have realtives in California and while it is a beautiful place, the state seems to be losing residents, esp. the middle class and small business people. In many parts there are just super-rich and/or poor people with little in between. Not a good sign.

    That picture reminds me of an incident at a social service agency where I used to work. A client with HIV used the bathroom and left quickly. Apparently was having explosive diarrhea due to medication side effects. We just called the cleaning contractors and they had to clean it up.

    Speaking of which, a friend of mine told me about a friend of hers who had graduated from law school and was preparing for the bar exam. The friend's friend went into law school because she wanted to practice "HIV law" and help people with HIV esp. in Africa. That is a very noble goal but why go to law school to do it. Now she is realizing there really aren't any jobs in that area and is having to adjust expectations. Unfortunate story, repeated many times over.

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    1. You can be a housing counselor for people with HIV without even going to law school. Yep. The law schools take advantage of young people's idealism.

      Like environmental law, for example. Of human rights law. You're not going to Bo Diddly Tech Law Skool and then going out and saving the fucking environment. Biglaw firms might take you if you go to the right school. But you guessed it, you'll be paid so BP can rape the planet.

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  18. They create all kinds of subjects like HIV LAW to look like they have expansive programs. Next they will have MASTURBATION LAW

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  19. Actually, Brian Leiter teaches masturbation law 101. This is the only area of law where he has hands on experience.

    Look at him. Who the fuck in her right mind would like to sleep with this beast? I am not sure the guy is even a mammal.

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    1. Leiter is a platypus, with the emphasis on pus.

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  20. He is the 21st Century equivalent of Judge Learned Hand.

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  21. Look:

    It all seems to come back to Brian leiter.

    Does Brian Leiter want to meet with me?

    Professor Leiter: If you happen to read this, I want to offer to meet with you face to face and talk.

    I will show you my law school tanscript and my debt papers and give you a year by year bio that shows where I looked for jobs, and how my debt defaulted and grew and grew to the 340K that it is now.

    And if you like, you can bawl me out for an hour or all day if you like, and I will just keep my mouth shut and listen.

    Or, if you like, you can maybe try and suggest a way out of my Student loan mess.

    Or teach me a little Philosophy (Hell, we can all use some) and I can show you how to plaster and skim coat.

    But really, I'm making this offer after reading some recent posts on Leiter's Blog, and on some of these blogs, and I feel that blogging (and even book writing for that matter) has it's limitations and has gone as far as it can go, and that there is no more need for name calling or stealth or secrecy, and that all critics on both sides should just openly and honestly get together and talk.

    Blogging was fun and interesting and novel for a while, but I think the world is adapting and maturing with the internet.

    But five more years of blogging by everybody is not going to change anything or help both sides to understand each other any more.

    For example: I just read something someone wrote in reply to Leiter, who was unhappy with a wet slipper spanking remark of some kind and I said to myself: "Is this the best we can do?"

    P.S. The anon guy that follows me around the internet can come to the meeting too.

    Sticks and stones after all.

    Sincerely,

    John Koch
    The Painterguy, Insurance Salesman, Compliance Manager, Waiter, Construction Laborer (All after law school)



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    1. "If you like, you can maybe try and suggest a way out of my student loan mess."

      Like you would ever listen to advice. What you're REALLY asking him for is a treasure map. No, scratch that, even that's too much work. A check. You basically want him to hand you a check.

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    2. "Or, if you like, you can maybe try and suggest a way out of my Student loan mess."

      Well, it has already been suggested you get a government job. Or a job with on a fracking rig in North Dakota. It has also been suggested you get a job with the Peace Corps. And it has been suggested that you could volunteer for medical experimentation. But since you have rejected all of these, you must like your student loan debt.

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    3. Or hate working.

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    4. Painting houses is tough work, cocksucker. It's physically much harder than filing shit paperwork and copying and pasting legal motions. What have you ever done in life, you piece of shit?

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    5. Riiiight. The only thing that YOU have ever "painted" is your boyfriend's tonsils. You are allergic to work.

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    6. Give it up, dude. I seriously doubt that Roachie "paints" anything (except for oo, LOL). Or that he does any work, except maybe one day a year to keep up appearances and qualify for welfare.

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    7. "Can't we all just get along?" Amirite, Johnny? Of course, you never got the piss kicked out of you, now, did you?

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  22. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-20-most-expensive-law-schools-in-america-2012-7?op=1

    Abby Rogers wrote a piece, for Business Insider, entitled “The 20 Most Expensive Law Schools In America.” It was published on July 4, 2012. Take a look at the list of the tuition charges below:

    “#20 University of California, Davis costs $46,485 for in-state students and $54,622 for out-of-state students.

    #19 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor costs $46,830 for in-state students and $49,740 for out-of-state students.

    #18 Seton Hall University costs $46,840 per year[.]

    #17 Georgetown University costs $46,865 per year.

    #16 University of Chicago costs $47,502 per year.

    #15 New York Law School costs $47,800 per year.

    #14 Fordham University costs $47,986 per year.

    #13 Yeshiva University (Cardozo) costs $48,370 per year.

    #12 Brooklyn Law School costs $48,416 per year.

    #11 Harvard University costs $48,786 per year.

    #10 New York University costs $48,950 per year.

    #9 Stanford University costs $49,179 per year.

    #8 Duke University costs $49,617 per year.

    #7 University of California, Berkeley costs $50,163 for in-state students and $54,370 for
    out-of-state students.

    #6 University of Southern California (Gould) costs $50,591.

    #5 University of Pennsylvania costs $50,718 per year.

    #4 Northwestern University costs $51,920 per year.

    #3 Yale University costs $52,525 per year.

    #2 Columbia University costs $52,902 per year.

    #1 Cornell University costs $53,150 per year.”

    Note that the out-of-state tuition figure for the Univer$ity of California Davi$ Sewer of Law is THE HIGHEST on this entire list!! That is appalling and sickening! Yet, the cockroaches and shills wonder why I continue to barbecue the disgusting, bloated, law school pigs.

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  23. I know my story is not exactly the nightmare that people write about, but I can't help but sharing it after seeing Nando bashed for only reporting the truth, albeit in a rather less than ideally strong rhetoric.

    I am a 28 year old graduate of Mercer law school, a school Nando already has dismantled. I graduated in 2012 and passed the bar promptly.

    Learning about the putrid job market in 2nd semester of 1L year, I made the cardinal sin of doubling down on that mistake. I figured it was too late so I tried to make the best of it.

    From 2L year and to the conclusion of 3rd, I interned at public defenders and district attorneys offices. All for free. However, I did win a stipend (very competitive) for my summer internship and was paid a handsome $6,000 by Mercer.

    Knowing I had no job prospects at graduation, my strategy was to double down more on the "experience." Therefore, I interned for a metro Atlanta county DA's office immediately upon graduating while studying full time for the bar. I gained a great deal of experience there and I am STILL there, as an intern.

    I've been fortunate enough to draw 9 interviews from DA's offices since November. However, the first 7 have turned me down. While the other 2 are supposed to make a decision by next week.

    But guess who I am competing with guys, with now THREE years of internship experience, jury trials under my belt, every single type of evidentiary hearing under my belt, I am getting beat by people with TEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE who are applying for ENTRY LEVEL JOBS.

    That's right, I am competing against the graduates from 2003, when I graduated high school.

    That's the state of the legal job market today. Nando is not making these numbers up. If you went to anything outside of top 50, didn't finish top 15%, and have no family connects, you will not get a job within 9 months of graduation, and I dare say... maybe never.

    Fortunately, my internship has been a double-edged sword, it's gotten me 9 interviews and now I know enough to open up my own practice. I already had two clients with DUI's that I got reckless driving for and made decent money off of those clients. However, I've been passed up for a job in that office four times already. They also have no plans at all to hire me despite being a volunteer intern there for the past year.

    So, guess what my primary job is, since I am a part-time lawyer. I am a SAT tutor. Guess what I was before law school. An SAT tutor.

    I know Nando's strong rhetorics and pictures offend many of you. But this was the way he got the attention of the people. Back in 2008 when I was applying for law schools, these blogs were non-existent. I wish I had seen these before going to law school. My decision would've been different then.

    Keep up the good work Nando. You're doing the right thing.

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    1. Subprime here:

      John, I wouldnt worry too much about your prospects. 9 interviews for a 2012 grad is pretty good. If you dont get the position next week I'm sure you will get something very soon. 9 interviews means you are on the right track. I know grads that have never had a real interview, just a few from some scam shots (loan mod, chop shop borderline illegal bankruptcy offices, etc). Keep up the good work and remain positive you will land something soon.

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    2. Thanks Subprime.

      Hopefully so. Unemployment has been tough and if this continues I ll have even more competition as the repeaters will start looking for jobs also.

      Sigh.

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  24. Hey Nando, check out this BS:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/08/education/law-schools-look-to-medical-education-model.html?src=me&_r=0

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  25. I had a constitutional law Professor at Touro Law School named Gary Shaw who seemed be obsessed with and to hate the guts of Justice Rhenquist, and I always thought it was strange.

    He kept using, throughout the year, a derogatory nickname for Rhenquist that was a corruption of the Rhenquist name. I forget what it was.

    And he told the class one day that Rhenquist signed a real estate lease many years ago that either knowingly or unknowingly had a clause in it that had something in it about agreeing to not sublease or rent to Jewish people.

    There was a sort of collective gasp in the classroom at that intelligence, and one woman said something like: "And he was on the SUPREME COURT!"

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  26. Law profs are greedy fucking parasites.

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  27. Hi, Nando, I recommend you do UCLA and U of texas, Austin. Both are so called school with high prestige, but job placements do not justify their reputation

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  28. I have seen television shows about people that had jobs with the peace corps or had worked in 3rd world countries, and that came home to the US with elephantitis, or brain lesions from internal parasites.

    One guy was watching television and felt his eye bothering him. When he finally looked in the mirror he saw a thin worm making its way across his eyeball.

    And I went to the Careerbuilder.com website and looked up jobs in ND with various keywords such as Fracking rig or oil rig or oil industry etc.

    They all want experience. (And a High School Diploma, and hence the need to drop the JD from the resume again :)

    As long as I am on the topic of parasites: Ironically, someone said here that Law Professors are "greedy" parasites.

    I am buried under six figure SL debt and have also been called a parasite, but in a different sense, because I never made enough money to pay it back.

    And so both sides of the argument are referring to each other as parasites, which is a fine state of affairs, and a very fine howdy do are you indeed!

    I suppose the grand Parliament of Foules (Old English Spelling) is multinatured, and whatever constituents of that great congregation can be referred to as "parasitic" bears some further analysis, to be taken up at the meeting of the next counsel at the great assizeszez. (sic)

    Maybe one set of parasitic birds do not flock with another set of parasitic birds, and never will the twain flock together.

    It is kind of like the difference between a bird with one wing and a bird with two: It is a matter of a pinion.

    Or maybe the difference between a bull and a steer is a more fitting analogyu. Mr. Infinity is a coward, and had his balls cut off a long time ago, or he would have told us who he is by now.

    But you gotta hand it to the world traveling bum. He can keep up the filty gutter talk a long long time, and really should have his trash gutter mouth washed out with soap.

    This is all satire, but it pisses the idiot circus boy dolt off so much :)

    Sincerely,

    Johnny

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    1. LOL, yes, just wish *I* had the balls to suck all the blood out of *my* mom's throat until her body finally exploded in a cloud of dry skin and dust. You by contrast are just like King Arthur. Apparently.

      Owing money doesn't make you a parasite. Living with your parents until you're fucking FIFTY, on the other hand, DOES.

      It's as simple as that.

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  29. I was admitted into a law school but my fortunately my former buisness law instructor, who is a long time practicing attorney, talked me out of it. He even said the signs of over saturation in the market were pervasive in 1986 when he graduated. He told me to just stick to my CPA path, a law degree will not do much because he said even tax law practice is saturated. I am just going to save my money.

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  30. Who are you?

    And why do you habitually enter quotation marks with asterick symbols?

    Is it because you are texting from a cell phone?






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  31. I'm sorry Nando. Here goes all the off topic bickering again.

    But you got to hand it to the anon stalker with the roving IP address: he never gives up.

    Mr. Infinity came out with that crazy video last summer in which he said he would "destroy" the scamblogs.

    Campos may return someday, but for now his blog is gone. I'm going too. Also on Mr. Infinity's list was TTR and Cryn Johannsen's Blog.

    I really don't need an anon stalker that absolutely will not identify himelf following me around the internet, and who is obsessed with my personal life and constantly refers to my parents.

    I have been on the radio and television, and my in fact father sat by my side when I did that radio interview with Cryn.

    Unlike the television news segment that I also appeared in, where my mention of the scamblogs was edited out, I was happy that I was able to get TTR, as well as Alan Collinge, mentioned on NPR radio.

    But I now kind of get a sense of what a public figure or celebrity feels like when they are being stalked. It never ends.

    And you can let everyone know at the new Outside the Law School Scam Blog that today is March 10, 2013, and I am 350K in Student loan Debt and done with the blogging and commenting. The need no more zealous urging from the anon stalker to block me.

    As for my Law School diploma, I took it out of the frame and ripped it up a long time ago.

    Thank you for everything Nando and everyone else that has put up with me.

    And besides, I never wanted to be or said that I was a journalist or your politician.


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    1. Oh, wah. I guess any time anybody criticises you, that means they are "stalking" you. Oh, the humanity!

      Maybe they should start calling YOU "Mr. Infinity." You promise to stop vandalising the site, but the next day you are back at it and the promise is forgotten.

      Here it comes, people: vow to stop commenting here being broken in 3 ... 2 ...

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  32. http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/about/law-school-mission.html

    “LAW SCHOOL MISSION

    The mission of the School of Law of the University of California, Davis, is to be a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the development and dissemination of legal knowledge, as well as the education of students to become socially responsible lawyers committed to professional excellence and high ethical standards, and to provide significant public service through law reform and professional activities. Through its faculty, students, and graduates, the School of Law seeks to make substantial contributions toward solving the complex legal problems confronting our society.”

    The school has listed their ostensible goals above. In the end, their primary aim is to keep the gravy train of federal student loan money rolling along - even if that requires the financial ruin of legions of students.

    Take a look at the following nonsense, also listed under the section labeled “About the School”:

    http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/about/history-of-king-hall.html

    “HISTORY OF KING HALL

    The UC Davis School of Law is named for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an international leader in the pursuit of civil rights, equality, and education, whose personal integrity and insistence on non-violence made his life an inspiration to all who seek to promote social justice by lawful and orderly means. Dr. King represents many of the values the Law School seeks to instill in its students, and the designation of the Law School building as King Hall serves as a tribute to his legacy.

    Dr. King was assassinated April 4, 1968, as the UC Davis School of Law was finishing its second year of instruction. His death had an immediate and profound impact on Law School students and faculty, who were actively involved in the legal, political, and social debates of the time. They urged campus administrators to name the building after Dr. King as a way of honoring the slain civil right leader and dedicating the Law School to King's ideals of public service and social justice. The building was officially dedicated after Dr. King on April 12, 1969 in a ceremony including a speech by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren. "Even in the naming of the building, one can sense the high purpose to which its facilities are to be dedicated," said Warren.”

    The commode figured that using this man’s name would add a level of “prestige” or decency to the in$titution. I doubt that King would have condoned a school FINANCIALLY RAPING its students, in exchange for a sorry-ass law degree.

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    1. Hih? This is my first post on this site and I have no idea what ILSS is.

      I'm not even White.

      Wildly confused..

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    2. John, the bastard wrote the following message, which was directed at another reader:

      "AnonymousMarch 10, 2013 at 1:24 PM

      John,

      I told you before and I am telling you once again - you are [expletive deleted]. You have to be banned from this site as you were banned from ILSS. You are a disgrace and affiliation with you is also a disgrace. You are an embarrassment for all white folks. I bet even niggas look down upon you. And why should not they? For you are a typical white trailer trash."

      Such remarks will not be approved on this site. I only provided the text, so that everyone can see that the troll - likely Mr. Insanity - appears to be a racist, too. Add that to his lengthy list of "qualities."

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    3. Have you considered the fact that Painter might have written it himself? Most of his critics seem to be marginally more literate than what you quoted.

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    4. Actually it was me. Is it okay with you if I don't like blacks or white trash? Or paintroaches that live at home with their parents?

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    5. "Or paintroaches that live at home with their parents?"

      It is obvious that you hate yourself.

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    6. Did you get caught using an ugly racial slur and now you're making several anon comments to make it seem like you didn't write it, Mr. Infinity? How fucking sad.

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    7. @914,

      Well, let's see, Paintroach: I actually work with African-Americans at my job.

      You refuse to work at all.

      Hate to break this to you, but "Paintroach" isn't a race; it's a way of life.

      Are we all supposed to "rally 'round the roach" to help defeat "racism" now? Or what?

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    8. "Well, let's see, Paintroach: I actually work with African-Americans at my job."

      Well apparently you don't like the black people at work because they are black, since you wrote this:

      "Is it okay with you if I don't like blacks or white trash"

      Do the people at your Ku Klux Klan meetings know you work with African-Americans at your job?

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    9. Oh, give it up, dude. That post has "Paintroach" written all over it.

      Now Roachie thinks he is an honorary black man. Apparently.

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    10. @10:28 PM

      Taken your white robes to the cleaners lately?

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  34. Haha, wow, you're like a new Martin Luther King. Except that *he* didn't live off of his mommy until she was fucking 100, of course.

    Paintroach is no more. There's a seriously upgraded, FIERCE new civil rights roach in the crib, yo.

    His MOM's crib, that is.

    LOL

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    1. At least the man has a fucking job. You aren't even working you subhuman piece of shit.

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    2. IT DOES? You sure could have fooled me. And what exactly IS the roach's job, pray tell? Spending other people's money, perhaps?

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  35. Interesting post, thank you for sharing!

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