Monday, October 28, 2013
ABA Cockroaches Release an Updated Garbage Report on the Future of “Legal Education”
A Brief Background:
On August 4, 2013, the sewer rats on the American Bar Association’s Task Force on the Future of “Legal Education” issued their first summary. After spending several pages bitching about only having one full year to complete the project - and crying over harsh online criticism directed at the law school cockroaches - the dolts suggested that another task force be formed to further “study” the issue. I covered this nonsense, back on August 4th.
Within a day or two of that post, the pussies decided to take down the link to their extremely super important report. For $ome rea$on, the August document is now back up and online - yet it is now only 32 pages in length, instead of the original 34 sheets of toilet paper. Who knows what the hags removed from this earth shattering treatise?!
The Updated 38 Page Pile of Rot:
On September 20, 2013, the pieces of trash on the ABA Task Force on the Future of “Legal Education” published the tripe below:
After spending nearly eight full pages - delineating a total of nine generic, vague suggestions - the pigs finally get to their recommendations - on page 28. In their own mangled, meaningless words:
“The Task Force’s specific recommendations are as follows.
A. American Bar Association
The American Bar Association should undertake the following:
1. Establish A Task Force or Commission With Appropriate Expertise to Examine and Recommend Reforms Regarding Law School Pricing and Financing. Issues Within the Scope of Such a Project Should Include:
a. Cost-Based Pricing by Law Schools
b. Discriminatory Pricing by Law Schools
c. Reliance on Loans to Finance Law School Education
d. The Structure of the Current Loan Program for Financing of Law School Education
2. Establish a Center or other Framework to Institutionalize the Process of Continuous Assessment and Improvement in the System of Legal Education.
3. Establish a Mechanism for Gathering Information About Improvements in the System of Legal Education and Disseminate that Information to the Public.
4. Establish Training and Continuing Education Programs for Prelaw Advisors to Improve their Understanding of the System of Legal Education and the Current Environment.”
As you can see, these bastards are not the least bit interested in altering the established garbage order. Of course, these ball-less rodents believe that the ABA should establish another task force or committee to examine reforms pertaining to law school financing and pricing. I wonder if they feel that such a group should be given an additional full year to make their suggestions. What else do you expect from these $elf-intere$ted bureaucrats, “professors” and revenue collectors in black dresses?!?!
On October 4, 2013, the Forgotten Attorney posted a hilarious entry labeled “The ABA Task Force Releases Another DRAFT Report. When Will They Actually DO Something?” Take a look at the following excerpt:
“Reform will create casualties – the question is who will be the first to die? Law schools will have to close. Biglaw will lose profits to domestic and overseas doc review firms. Small firms and solo practitioners will lose more of their clients to Legalzoom, document preparers like We the People and a new concept called the legal practitioner. Judges’ dockets will be clogged with pro se and frivolous cases. If the ABA lets the law school scam crisis continue, it will eventually lose credibility and the Department of Education will designate another entity to [accredit] law schools.
So with everyone bitching and moaning, will the ABA Task Force actually do something other than making recommendations? I doubt it. Look at the committee members – they are judges, older practitioners and law professors for the most part.” [Emphasis mine]
Conclusion: The bitches and hags at the American Bar A$$ociation do not give a damn about debt-strapped law students and graduates. Why else would the dung beetles approve and accredit toilets such as TTTThoma$ M. Cooley Law Sewer, WhiTTTTier or Wayne $TTTaTTTe Univer$iTTTy?!?! Furthermore, “law professors” and administrators eschew change. Even this worthless, updated report notes this basic fact - on pages 14 and 15 of the PDF.
In the end, if the swine wanted to find concrete, tangible solutions, they could do so easily. The fact remains that the academic thieves are profiting handsomely off the scam. They have no financial incentive to change such this sick, foul $y$tem. The pigs’ goal is not to fundamentally change this filthy indu$TTTry. If that was their aim, then they could have put 20 Lincoln Park Zoo monkeys in a room full of typewriters, for two weeks, and come up with better recommendations - and perhaps a few decent solutions.
Posted by Nando at 8:37 AM