Sunday, December 8, 2013
Rutgers University School of Law-Camden Knowingly Admitted Students Who Didn’t Take the LSAT; The Pigs Receive a Slap on the Wrist from the ABA
The announcement: The American Bar Association cockroaches issued a December 4, 2013 press release labeled “ABA accreditation committee sanctions Rutgers University School of Law-Camden.” Read the portion below:
“The Accreditation Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar today reported that it has sanctioned Rutgers University School of Law-Camden for violating the ABA Standards for Approval of Law Schools.
The committee found that Rutgers-Camden violated Standard 503, which requires law schools to use a valid and reliable admissions test, and Interpretation 503-1, which requires law schools that use an admissions test other than the Law School Admission Test to establish the test’s validity and reliability in determining an applicant’s ability to complete the J.D. program.
Rutgers-Camden operated an admissions program, without obtaining a variance from the ABA, that allowed some applicants to use a standardized graduate admissions test score instead of an LSAT score to gain admission to the law school. The school subsequently qualified for a variance but elected to suspend the program.
The accreditation committee imposed a public censure on the law school, which must post the censure document prominently on its website home page for one year. The censure is also posted on the website of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
The committee also imposed a $25,000 monetary penalty based on the benefit the school received from operating the program.” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, that immense $25,000 fine is sure going to deter other ABA-accredited filth pits from engaging in the same conduct, right?!?! What the hell is the point of having “standards,” when the punishment for violations of said regulations amounts to a mere slap on the wrist?! By the way, if the school admitted 70-80 students under this scheme, then the pigs received a few million dollars in federally-backed student loan money. I know that "law professors" love to state that all lawyers suck at math, but you would need to be a waterhead in order to think that a $25K fine - for receiving millions - is adequate.
Other Coverage: On December 5, 2013, the Philadelphia Inquirer published reporter Jonathan Lai’s piece “Rutgers-Camden law school fined over avoiding LSATs.” Check out the following excerpt:
"In a three-paragraph statement, the law school said it had violated procedural aspects of the bar association's standards.
"We were negligent in failing to seek a variance, regret and apologize for this procedural violation and accept the ABA censure as appropriate," the statement reads.
Between 2006 and 2012, the law school admitted dozens of students who took tests other than the LSAT. In 2009, the bar association sent a memo to all accredited law schools clarifying its policy requiring the LSAT, except with prior arrangement." [Emphasis mine]
Yeah, sure you bastards were negligent - and Salma Hayek just scratched her name into my back! $omehow, this conduct is ALWAYS an “error” or an “accident.” It’s also uncanny how these “mistakes” benefit the law school swine every single damn time. By the way, does anyone with an IQ over 80 believe that the administrators at RuTTger$ Univer$iTTy Sewer of Law-Camden were not aware that they were admitting dozens of students who had not taken the LSAT, without first seeking a variance from the ABA?!?!
On December 4, 2013, the ABA Journal posted Mark Hansen’s piece, “Rutgers School of Law-Camden is fined $25K and censured for accrediting violations.” Here is his concluding paragraph:
“The committee also fined the school $25,000 for the benefit it received from operating the program without the required variance. That money will be used by the section to help enforce the standards.”
According to the commode, in-state residents attending full-time for the 2013-2014 academic year 2013-14 will be charged $22,746 in tuition. Non-resident, full-time law students at this notorious trash heap will be ass-raped to the tune of $34,478 in tuition - for 2013-2014. Essentially, the pigs will be penalized the cost of a single year of one New Jersey resident’s tuition. The ABA report noted that the school admitted between 70-80 students without an LSAT. Yes, that will teach the bastards a lesson, right?!?!
Conclusion: The criminals at the American Bar Association CLEARLY DO NOT GIVE ONE DAMN about law students. The schools are run for the benefit of the failed lawyers known as “professors.” During orientation, the bitches and hags constantly tell their victims that this is a “noble profession.” If you believe that academic nonsense, then you should not be allowed to make any decision that might impact another person. In fact, if you buy the rats’ drivel, you should be declared mentally unfit to enter into a contract.
In the final analysis, the Rutgers University Sewer of Law-Camden already had a reputation lower than rat piss. As a result of this worthless penalty, the rodents will likely lower their admi$$ion$ criteria even further - in order to maintain enrollment. The ABA merely decided to hand down this “punishment,” because the cockroaches felt that they had to do something - so that they could “show” the public that they do enforce their “standards.” Apparently, RuTTger$ would have been fine had the dolts simply applied for a variance in advance. I wouldn't be surprised to see the supposed 91st greatest law school in the country admit students who have at least a 2.5 undergrad GPA and a 148 LSAT. I can see it now: "Okay, so this guy provided a picture of his girlfriend's feet on his Personal Statement. However, he did graduate from University of Phoenix and he has a 2.8 UGPA."
Posted by Nando at 6:23 AM