Tuesday, September 10, 2013

First Tier Foul Swamp: University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law


http://www.law.ufl.edu/student-affairs/current-students/fees-expenses

Tuition: Florida residents attending this toilet on a full-time basis will “only” be charged $22,181.10 in tuition for the 2013-2014 school year. Full-time, out-of-state law students will have their ass penetrated to the tune of $41,545.80 in tuition – for 2013-2014. It’s great to see a state school putting its students’ interests first, right?!?! Hell, these “professors” and administrators take their “public service” seriously.

Total Cost of Attendance: The dump site estimates that the following items will add another $15,600 to the tab: books/supplies; clothing/maintenance; cell phone/computer; food; personal; room; transportation; and a student orientation fee of $150 for first year victims.  This would make the total COA $37,781.10 for full-time, in-state students and $57,145.80 for non-residents attending full-time - for the current academic year. Some of these figures are suspiciously low. For instance, personal costs are listed as $270 and housing is set at $6,590.

Then again, ABA-accredited diploma mills base these figures on a nine-month school year. Seeing that actual students will require expense over the entire year, we need to prorate the applicable areas over twelve  months. After doing so, these costs amount to $20,390. We now reach a more accurate total COA of $42,751.10 for Florida residents enrolled full-time and $62,961.80 for full-time, out-of-state students - for 2013-2014.  Who doesn't have that type of money lying around?!

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

Ranking: At these rates, this school must have an incredible reputation among academics and lawyers. According to US “News” & World Report, the Univer$ity of Florida Levin Commode of Law is listed as the 46th greatest, most fantastic and amazing law school in the United States. Yes, who wouldn’t want to spend such huge sums of borrowed money for the opportunity to attend this prestigious in$titution?!?!

http://www.law.ufl.edu/_pdf/career/employers/2012-summary-report-redacted.pdf

Employment “Placement” and Starting Salary Statistics: Take a look at the filthy swamp’s Class of 2012 Summary Report, which was submitted to the NALP dolts. There were 333 total graduates, from this cohort. Of that amount, 19 were pursuing another degree, three had a start date after the nine-month deadline, 29 poor souls were unemployed and seeking – while another 12 were out of work but not looking for a job.

A total of 63 grads from this class were not employed. Six people did not provide their job status to the school. Based on these numbers, the commode had a “placement” rate of 80.73%, i.e. (327-63)/327. Of course, the "career services" sewer rats included the 19 fools enrolled in another degree program as part of their formula. The school has a published “Total Employed or Degree” figure of 86.5 percent, i.e. 283/327.

Stay on the first page of this PDF for a moment longer. Notice the following: of the 196 grads employed in positions that require bar passage, only 129 of them furnished their income to the school. For $ome rea$on, 67 of the lucky law graduates did not supply that information. The median salary for the other 129 JDs is listed as $57,000, whereas the mean figure is $65,522.

Furthermore, a total of 49 members of this class ended up in “JD Advantage” jobs, which represents 15% of those who reported their employment status. However, only 10 of these grads bothered to provide their income to the public dumpster. Does anyone have an idea as to why so few of these JDs furnished their data?!?! Law graduates who make decent or stellar salaries want to brag about their paychecks, while those earning small sums would rather hide in a corner. This is how attorneys measure their self-worth.

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

Average Law Student Indebtedness: US “News” lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the University of Florida Law Class of 2012 who incurred debt for law school - as $72,974. Fully 80 percent of this school’s 2012 class took on such toxic debt. Remember that this figure does not include undergraduate debt – and it also does not take accrued interest into account.

http://www.collegiatetimes.com/databases/salaries/university-of-florida-2009?dept=law

Faculty and Administrator Salary – from 2009: Let's see how well the academic thieves are doing, in comparison to their broke-ass, debt-strapped students.  This is the latest available information, from the Collegiate Times Salary Database, for the cockroaches at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin Commode of Law. Remember that this source does not include bonuses and other compensation.

Robert Jerry II, who resembles a mole and is still the dean at this dung heap, made $256,051 in 2009 - as dean and “professor.” William Page, in his role as something called “Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar, raked in $255,647 for the same year. “Dean emeritus” Jon Mills rolled around in $240,520 for his “work.” Lastly, Martin McMahon Jr. “earned” $223,069 in 2009 – as “Stephen C. O’Connell professor of law.”

It should be CLEAR to you that these dung beetles are in academia for the easy “work” and big checks. This is in stark contrast to UF law grads who take on significant sums of student debt for MUCH lower pay. I am sure that these bitches will lecture you for being “greedy” – if you are interested in making a positive return on your investment. Yet, it is okay for these dinosaurs and gluttonous Boomers to expect or demand excessive compensation for their minimal output.

Conclusion: The University of Florida Levin College of Law has a reputation slightly above crocodile piss. You DO NOT NEED to incur an additional $75K-$130K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt for a chance to sit for the bar exam or to practice law. It speaks volumes that so many of the employed graduates from the latest class chose not to furnish their salary data to the school. After all, these men and women made the effort of contacting the ABA-accredited cesspool – in order to report that they had jobs. Yet, they did not feel secure enough to provide their starting salaries. Keep in mind that U.S. law school pigs do not confirm the incomes that survey respondents give them. Yes, the swine simply accept the answers on faith. 

The law school cockroaches do not give one damn about you, the student or recent graduate. These bastards and hags are paid up front, in full – while you are left holding a big-ass bag of student debt. If you cannot grasp that basic reality, then go ahead and enroll. Some people, i.e. idiots, need to learn things by personal experience. When your moronic decision leads to financial ruin, don’t complain that nobody warned you, Lemming.

45 comments:

  1. Good job with the blog. You need to do one on Phx school of law....I went there for an open house and found out first hand what a joke it it.

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    1. He has. http://thirdtierreality.blogspot.com/2011/04/fourth-tier-pile-of-moist-feces-phoenix.html

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    2. You're right. Phoenix School of Law, like the vast majority of American law schools, is a pathetic joke.

      What did you experience when you attended the open-house?

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    3. I've met several Phoenix School of Law types, one was so stupid I wondered how she made it through undergrad (or high school for that matter.) For those actually attending PHX school of law, everyone sees you as marginally functioning retards. Enjoy your law careers!

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  2. One thing UF has going for it. The undergrad coeds are hot.But you'll be too busy reading Carbolic Smoke Ball and living in the library. And the coeds will be too busy having sex with their surfer boyfriends and football player booty calls.

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  3. More "good news" from the U of Florida (from the Chronicle of Higher Ed By Stacey Patton).

    "For decades the Ph.D. program in economics at the University of Florida flourished. Highly regarded econometricians, like the late Henri Thiel and G.S. Maddala, taught there. Until the late 1990s, the department had been ranked among the top 20 of American public universities by prominent economics journals and associations.

    Now, the 71-year-old doctoral program, housed in the Warrington College of Business Administration, is near death.

    Like many public universities, the University of Florida faced significant budget cuts in the recent economic downturn. Such cuts led to reductions and eliminations of Ph.D. programs across the country, including at Florida, where the computer-science, engineering, psychology, and statistics programs have downsized. But it is rare for an economics program to be on the chopping block."

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    1. It's all about the fuckin' money. That's all they care about. This is great to see and it's about fucking time.

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  4. Still going after the law school after all these years?

    I guess Cryn Johannsen forgot to suck your dick last night.

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    1. Hey pervert. It's none of your business who I choose to sleep with. Ya got that?

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    2. Hey, Cryn, do you give good head?

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    3. Cryn, does Nando stick his finger up your asshole when you're giving him head?

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  5. This article seems to be unusually popular and in high paces and maybe worth a read by all on Nando's blog list:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/09/no-the-student-loan-crisis-is-not-a-bubble/279398/

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    1. Painter, Constitution Daily has a job you can apply for.

      http://www.constitutionaldaily.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2028:the-national-intelligence-law-job-opening-you-didnt-need-illegal-surveillance-to-see-coming&catid=42:news&Itemid=71

      Job link.

      https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/350836900

      It doesn't seem to require bar passage. They probably just need someone to take the fall for the NSA.

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  6. @415,

    Do you ever wonder what it'd be like if 50 percent of America literally worshipped ROACH booty, rather than the black variety? You would be a treat for any employer!

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  7. I had no idea they charged so much for nonresidents. That is an insane amount.

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  8. Whatever happened to the CORONEL SANDERS on this blog?!?!? he totally disappeared. I need a good laugh hahaha

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    1. He has resurrected as Cryn Johannsen. His main subject of discussion now is whether Cryn gives good head. We all are waiting for a formal confirmation from Cry that she does give good head.

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    2. Are you planning on giving her a medal?

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    3. Yes, but not for just giving good head. Only if she gives great head.

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  9. As a student at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin Commode of Law, you will have the unique opportunity to write onto the world-renowned Florida Journal of International Law! Wait, you say you’ve never heard of this publicaTTTion?!?!

    If you tell the female undergrads on campus - or fit, young women in various Gainesville bars and night spots - that you are a student editor of FJIL, then they will likely climb on top of your crotch and dig their nails into your back. [Note: Since you are dumb enough to enroll in this school at this time, then the following disclaimer is necessary. Nothing of the sort will happen, chump.]

    http://fjil.org/?page_id=2

    “About

    Founded in 1984, the Florida Journal of International Law (FJIL) is a scholarly publication devoted to timely discussion of prescient international legal issues. Its subscribers include legal scholars and practitioners from around the world.

    Recent articles have treated subjects as varied as International Trade and Commerce Law, Human Rights Law, Terrorism, National Security, War Crimes, International Environmental Law, International IP (Intellectual Property), and Maritime Law.

    The Journal, published three times a year, is a student-run publication based out of the University of Florida Levin College of Law.”

    Apparently, many ABA-accredited law sewers now offer “international law” journals. Perhaps the pigs feel that this will add to their particular school’s prestige. Do you think for one moment that you will be poached by international law firms? Maybe you believe that this is the first step towards becoming an aide to one of the puppets in the oval office. Yes, those cretins will certainly consult you on whether to declare war on another nation! You are on your way to becoming a future U.$. amba$$ador to the UN, jackass.

    In reality, you will be lucky to find legal employment in the following areas: bankruptcy, criminal law, real estate transactions, evictions, or family law. Earnestly ask yourself the following: “Will these type of legal employers give a rat’s ass about my journal experience?” If you become desperate and open a small law office, just don’t plan on opening a toilet law niche in human rights law or international environmental law.

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  10. What the fuck is a Fredric G. Levin?

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    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Levin

      Currently, he practices law in his hometown of Pensacola, Florida. One of Pensacola's wealthiest citizens, Levin is also a philanthropist, giving to the University of Florida as well as Pensacola's Jewish community, of which he is a member.

      Another rich Jew lawyer. The school's named after him for his $10 million 'gift'.

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  11. http://ip-whois-lookup.com/lookup.php?ip=128.227.226.99

    How are you doing today, Levin Commode of Law bitches?!?!

    "IP Lookup Details:

    IP Information - 128.227.226.99
    Host name: n128-227-226-99.xlate.ufl.edu
    Country: United States
    Country Code: US
    Region: FL
    City: Gainesville
    Latitude: 29.6694
    Longitude: -82.3572

    OrgName: University of Florida
    OrgId: UNIVER-27
    Address: Computing and Networking Services
    Address: room 112, ssrb, stadium road
    Address: PO BOX 112050
    City: Gainesville
    StateProv: FL
    PostalCode: 32611-2050
    Country: US
    RegDate:
    Updated: 2013-08-29
    Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/UNIVER-27"

    From my Analytics - for September 11, 2013:

    Visitors who live in Gainesville

    1:20pm [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.55.197 1 action 10s
    1:01pm [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.210.126 1 action 10s
    12:02pm [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.173.53 1 action 10s
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    11:47am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.14.45 1 action 10s
    11:46am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.125.248 1 action 10s
    11:41am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.227.69 1 action 10s
    11:39am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.146.136 1 action 10s
    11:38am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.173.53 1 action 10s
    7:47am [Gainesville, FL, USA] 128.227.226.99 2 actions 1m 27s

    I always enjoy seeing site visits from the lemmings and cockroach faculty members of the trash pit that I have just profiled. Have fun incurring outrageous sums of NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt, morons. Keep in mind that the law school pigs do not give a damn about you or your future. You are a mere means to an end, i.e. they need your ass in a seat - in order to get their hooves on all those federally-backed student loan dollars.

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  12. These stupid lemmings who attend the Levin School of Law are being taken for a ride---to nowhere but Debtorsville. Let's assume that the average debt for a graduate of this toilet is $100K (including undergrad debt). How do these kids feel that there are foreigners with phony law degree credentials from Nigeria, Ukraine, India and China that are coming to the U.S. and enroll at Columbia or NYU for a prestigious LL.M. for which they will only pay $50K? Basically, they will save 2 years of soul sucking time at a law school and spare themselves from listening to retread tripe regurgitated by some "academic" charlatan who hasn't practiced in 20 years. Meanwhile, they will earn a prestigious degree 2 years faster at half the debt load. These foreigners will sit for the CA or NY bar exam then apply to flyover states via reciprocity. Do you think law schools verify the authenticity of a law degree from abroad? You could bribe a school official abroad to forge transcripts and degrees easily.

    If you don't believe this is happening, check out the roll of NY or CA bar exam passers. You will see many "Changs," "Persuads," and surnames with Eastern European endings (e.g., "ski"). These people are bucking the system while idiot saps waste 3 years and spend over $100K to attend a shithole no one has heard of outside of the southern belt.

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  13. John Edgar Hoover is a piece of shitSeptember 11, 2013 at 5:13 PM

    I don't know why the FBI doesn't investigate the ABA. But the biggest cocksucker of them all (John Edgar Hoover who got a law degree from GW) didn't go after the mafia.

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  14. Good job blowing this one out of the water Nando. I have an attorney friend in Florida (went to Nova) who lost his job at his boutique firm (nice way of saying shitlaw) and opened up his own shop doing bankruptcies and real estate. It's been tough for him but he's got his head above water. Then again, his dad bankrolled his education so he has no loans and his dad is also a developer so I'm sure he gets business through him. He's a solo now uses a virtual office with receptionist services and communal conference rooms so he has low overhead but it's tough in the Florida market. If you think the NY/CA legal markets are saturated, check out Florida. I think Florida has like 15 law schools at this point.

    Lemmings- If you still dream the Hollywood version of a lawyer making $500k/yr and think that'll be you coming out of UF Law, think again. Almost every attorney (including myself) I know NEEDS other income streams besides their law practice to get by. Many do consulting, property management, insurance work, and I knew one who even tended bar on the weekends. He took a bartender job 1.5 hours south from where he lived hoping people he knew wouldn't be in that area so as to not feel embarrassed if someone he knew spotted him as a bartender in a Carrabba's. I wouldn't know how I would be able to survive if I didn't have a 2 family rental property I inherited with my sibling after our father died. If I didn't have that monthly rental income I'd probably be at Carrabba's as well.

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  15. Anonymous at 6:39 am makes a good point about the plethora of law schools in the state. Head to the link below, to see how many commodes are in operation down there.

    http://www.alllaw.com/state_resources/florida/law_schools/

    According to this list, there are 10 ABA-accredited diploma mills in the state of Florida. Here are the schools mentioned, in the order provided by AllLaw.com:

    • Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
    • Florida A&M University College of Law
    • Florida Coastal School of Law
    • Florida State University College of Law
    • Nova Southeastern University Law School
    • Saint Thomas University School of Law
    • Stetson University College of Law
    • University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
    • University of Miami School of Law
    • Florida International University College of Law

    However, this list is not comprehensive. For instance, Ave Maria Sewer of Law - i.e. Domino's Pizza School of Law - and the Tampa Bay campus of TTTThoma$ M. Cooley Law Sewer are not included on this document. In sum, there are a dozen ABA-approved toilets located in the Sunshine State. Hell, if Indiana TTTTTech Law can get off the ground, perhaps they can expand in Florida.

    http://www.city-data.com/city/Florida3.html

    Based on the graph above – apparently using 2010 census data - Alford, Florida only has 470 residents. The town does not have any law schools. A total of 859 people live in Jennings, Florida. Maybe that hamlet is “underserved” by lawyers. Why not build a law school there?!?!

    http://economix.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/27/the-lawyer-surplus-state-by-state/?_r=0

    On June 27, 2011, Catherine Rampell’s piece, entitled “The Lawyer Surplus, State by State,” appeared in the New York Times Economix blog. Relying on this info from Economic Modeling Specialists Inc., Florida has the EIGHTH MOST GLUTTED LEGAL MARKET in the entire country! Do you still think attending this public toilet is a wise decision, Lemming?!?!

    Here are the published figures for the state of Florida:

    “2010-2020 Estimated Annual Openings: 2,027
    2009 Bar Exam Passers: 2,782
    Surplus: 755”

    Keep in mind that there are 12 ABA-accredited law schools in the state. Now, think of the total number of graduates from those schools each year. Good luck, dumbass.

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  16. If you attend law school in Florida, do yourself a favor and open the local yellow pages book and look under "lawyers." Count the number of pages. Record that number. Now do the same for "plumbers," "mechanics," "barbers," "dentists," and "veterinarians." I will bet you $100 that the lawyer pages outnumber the other categories COMBINED. Good luck joining this overly saturated field.

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    1. That holds true for every single city I have lived in or visited. Just open the yellow pages and it is saturated with lawyers. No matter how big or how small a city is, the biggest part of the yellow pages is in the lawyer section.

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  17. Here is a good NY Times article discussing PSLF:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/10/your-money/relief-from-student-loan-debt-for-public-service-workers.html

    I left a comment last night and with a link to my blog and the NY Times mods published it today.

    When I am not losing my mind with anxiety over my debt I do have periods of lucidness and basically and in my NY times comment I voiced the concerns of the Conservatives when it comes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

    Maybe everyone should regularly google "Student Loan Debt" and leave comments wherever relevant or possible and with links to the scamblogs.

    It can't hurt and doesn't cost anything and if my new traffic is an indication of it's effectiveness, then so much the better for the cause.

    Anyway my blog is pared down to one post for now and the rest are not gone but hidden.

    Unfortunately I am not well in body and maybe even mind and if and ever when I do get better I will post again.

    But my basic blog layout is hopefully enough for now what with the links and blogroll and I will add to the blogroll since it seems that some of the bloggers are posting again after a long while.



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    1. Are you going to sign up for the NSA job?

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  18. @200,

    Hopefully that'll be never. The only reason you are even "sick" is because you are ALLERGIC TO WORK.

    Your debt is bigger than it's ever been. No matter how old and wrinkled you get - or how many generational shifts America experiences - that debt will always be there, like some efficient supercharged invincible high-octane machine that is kicking your ass forever. It's like having a slice of a different era that never gets old. Never tarnishes. Never dies. The debt machine is always in peak condition.

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  19. Unbelievable at the depth of deception by the law school industry. Cooley just posted on it's website news page, dated 9-11, that its the only law school with 2 professors ranked in the top 25 law professors. Highly subjective. Now more Lemmings will read it and think they are getting a great deal for their law degree. The professors who conducted the study all teach at various law school commodes so why should they be taken seriously? The study claims the professors exhibited passion for teaching and caring about their students. Do they care about graduates who are jobless and living on skid row? Just more worthless rhetoric. Job applications never ask people what professors they had but rather want to know the institution they attended? Of course professors teach with passion when they are getting exorbitant pay. You hire a high class Hooker and pay her exorbinant money she fuck you hard with passion and tell you that you are the best in bed.

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  20. I didn't get that whole thing about the NSA job.

    I thought you were being sarcastic. Rephrase please?

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    1. You could always be a judge. Quite a few of them only have high school diplomas, so you should be more than qualified.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/25/nyregion/25courts.html?_r=0

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  21. Look at this TTT move by this filthy swamp law school:

    http://www.law.ufl.edu/about/about-uf-law/diversity-at-uf-law

    "Diversity at UF Law

    Classrooms filled with men and women from diverse backgrounds and experiences lead to a better education and a healthier understanding of how the world works.

    At the Levin College of Law, we understand that classrooms filled with a mosaic of personalities contribute to valuable dialogue in our increasingly global and multicultural world. Most important, they result in much-needed diversity in the legal profession and, ultimately, in a more just legal system. For these reasons, one of the core missions at the University of Florida law school is to actively try to fill our classrooms with a balance of students of every race, religion, class, belief system and sexual orientation. We still have work to do, but we are moving in the right direction.

    With about 300 students in each entering class, the college is sizable enough to support an abundance of interests, aptitudes and talents. In the average entering class, students come from more than 90 different colleges and universities throughout the country and abroad. About 24.5 percent of entering students in 2012 were minorities."

    Of course, the pigs conveniently “forgot” to mention that most minorities do not have great connections in the legal field. Law is a highly stratified “profession” – and this has always been the case. These diversity “commitments” may fill black and brown students with false hope. Remember, the law school cockroaches DO NOT GIVE A DAMN about the students or recent graduates.

    Racial minorities who lack strong connections and wealth will have a hell of a time finding decent legal employment. The school will not give them a second thought, since the bitches and hags already got paid – via the federally-backed student loan $y$tem.

    The University of Florida Fredric G. Levin Commode of Law is home to something called the Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations. Check out this pathetic-ass “mission statement”:

    http://www.law.ufl.edu/academics/centers/csrrr

    “The CSRRR is committed to de-stigmatizing race. With the objective of fostering communities of dialogue, the Center embraces historically and empirically based thinking, talking, teaching, and writing on race. To this end, the Center creates and supports programs designed to enhance race-related curriculum development for faculty, staff and students in collegiate and professional schools. Of the five U.S. law schools with race centers, the CSRRR is uniquely focused on curriculum development.”

    Who cares if the school talks a good game about race and diversity? In the end, the swamp rats simply want your money. Plus, the pigs will be happy to parade the relative few black and brown graduates who do well in this gutter “profession.”

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  22. Nando, Is it only the top eight schools you believe to be worth attending? Are there any schools in the second or third tiers you believe worthwhile? For example, a year or more ago, you panned Temple Law. Temple was always a great school for Philly and reasonably priced relative to private schools. You caught some flack there by posters who gave you an opposing viewpoint. UF may not be the very top tier, but it is still the Florida flagship, and less expensive than many schools . . and graduates are more likely to land lawyers jobs if they want to work in Florida . . maybe even over the very top tier schools. After all, what better way to get connections than going to school in the locality of where you want to work?

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    1. I was one of the people that defended Temple, the reason being that top law firms in this city still hire Temple students. Having said that, it's a RISK. It's a gamble. You definitely need to do well (much better than before the economy tanked. And even then there is still an element of luck. I think the same for this school. You could be ok. But it's also likely that you sink a ton of money in, come out with a decent GPA but not earth-shattering and thus emerge with poor job prospects. Not a risk like some of the poorer schools, where you are almost guaranteed to be digging yourself and hole and saddling yourself with huge debt and poor job prospects. But a risk nonetheless.

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  23. Nando,

    I didn't even know that FIU had a law school. Have you reviewed FIU's law school?

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  24. What I don't understand is how Cryn Johannsen was hired as a "technical" writer when Cryn has no technical experience:

    http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com/blog/dns-made-easy-hires-author-cryn-johannsen-more-employee-expansion-on-the-way/


    And when Cryn talks about having extensive contacts in political circles in Washington DC one has to wonder how and when all of that came about?

    https://www.elance.com/s/cryn_johannsen/


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  25. @12:34 pm,

    I have not yet profiled Florida International "University" Commode of Law. However, that trash can is on my upcoming list of schools. There are so many obscure dung heaps, and sometimes I overlook one.

    http://lawschoolsewagepitprofiles.wordpress.com/

    I provide hyperlinks to each ABA-accredited diploma mill that I have covered on Third Tier Reality, on the site above. As of today, I have profiled 150 ABA toilets.

    To the commenter from September 13, 2013 at 12:01 pm:

    http://thirdtierreality.blogspot.com/2010/03/give-it-second-flush-beasley-school-of.html

    Actually, I flushed the Temple University James E. Beasley Sewer of Law back on March 3, 2010. In fact, it was one of the first toilets that I profiled on TTR.

    http://stateofbeasley.blogspot.com/2007/04/stateofbeasley-test.html

    Perhaps, you feel that Temple has a decent law school. However, one Temple-trained lawyer blasted that school in a blog entitled “State of Beasley.” That author posted his first entry on April 15, 2007. I usually count this as a predecessor to the scamblogs, even though there were precious few articles. That anonymous poster - along with L4L and unperson - actually helped inspire me to start this site.

    Also, go onto other law-related forums and sites. Hell, I have been accused by some posters of being too kind to the law school pigs. MANY attorneys and law grads have said that you should only attend law school if you have been accepted to Harvard, Yale or Stanford.

    By the way, tomorrow’s entry will feature a top eight law school. In this shrinking, GLUTTED legal job market, even attending these schools is not guaranteed to lead to decent employment.

    You put too much stock into “state flagship” schools. In the final analysis, these are the problems facing a UF Levin Commode of Law grad:

    1. Tuition is expensive, even for in-state students;
    2. You will incur an additional $75K-$125K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt for a law degree from this place;
    3. The Florida legal job market is the EIGHT MOST GLUTTED in the country;
    4. Only 80.73% of the JD Class of 2012 was employed within nine months of graduation;
    5. This toilet is only ranked 46th best; and
    6. There are 11 more law schools located in the state.

    Keep in mind that the “placement” figure mentioned above includes all forms of work, i.e. part-time, full-time, permanent, temporary, legal, non-legal, etc. Attending this public toilet still constitutes a significant gamble. Try not to be such an idiot.

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  26. According to the chart at Educating Tomorrow's Lawyers: If you narrow job placement figures to include only JD required, full time, long term jobs, and to exclude solos and school funded "jobs," this place has a true attorney employment rate of 55.6%. In this respect it ranks 86 out of 204 law schools. Those are pretty shitty odds--worse than Russian Roulette or bareback sex--esp when you consider the financial, time, and emotional cost.

    The job info at ETL really is fascinating. Using my criteria above, Yale--YALE--actually ranks 13th with a 77.0% true attorney employment rate.

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  27. http://cleanupcityofstaugustine.blogspot.com/2014/08/university-of-florida-levin-college-of.html U.S Department of Education Office of Civil Rights is investigating age, disability and retaliation discrimination by Environmental and Land Use Planning Law LLM program at Levin College of Law of the University of Florida.

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  28. the total COA for full-time is $37,781.10.it's very high.onthe other hand tuition fee is very low so it's difficult to continue COA for a poor student.Florida jobs

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  29. UF Law is the best law school in the state of Florida and has been for every year of its existence except for one. No matter what field you go into, any respectable employer in the southeast knows that the Levin College of Law is Florida's flagship law school. In short, your chances of getting a high paying job are MUCH higher with a J.D. from UF Law than with a college diploma alone because college graduates are a dime a dozen.

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