Thursday, January 30, 2014
Hit the Snooze Button: Seven Students at Indiana Tech Law School Make the Worthless Dean’s List
The Super Amazing Announcement: Directly from the school’s press release:
“At Indiana Tech Law School, the Dean’s List is reserved for the students whose grades place them in the top 20 percent of their class each semester.
Alexander said the students on the school’s first Dean’s List deserve more credit than usual.
“As a new law school, our students do not have upper-level students to help guide and mentor them,” Alexander explained. “They have achieved this success largely through their dedication and hard work.”
I’m sure that these students’ parents haven’t been this proud of them since their graduation ceremony from the fifth grade. Who wouldn’t be proud of this accomplishmenTTTTTT?!
The Morons Need a Math Lesson: According to the unaccredited trash pit’s Consumer Info page, there are only 28 students enrolled at Indiana Tech Law Sewer. Yet, there are seven lemmings on the Dean’s LisTTTTTT. In the commode’s statement above, the pigs claim that the distinction is for those in the top 20% of the class. Apparently, the greedy bitches running this place don’t realize that this number represents a quarter of the students. “Law professors” love to claim that all lawyers suck at math, but this is idiotic.
Now, let’s take a deeper look at the charter class profile:
Charter Class (Class of 2016) Profile:
Students in class: 28
Median LSAT Score: 146
Median Undergraduate GPA: 3.03
Percent Minority: 20%
Percent Female: 32%
Undergraduate Institutions Represented: 20
States Represented: 6
Percent Out-of-State: 32%
Faculty-Student Ratio: 2.5:1” [Emphasis mine]
Check out that pathetic median LSAT score, for the initial class at Indiana TTTTTTech Law Sewer! In order to find such odious figures at an ABA-accredited toilet, you need to head to TTTThoma$ M. Cooley Law $chool! From the garbage heap’s Facts-at-a-Glance page, under the Student Profile subheading:
“Median LSAT score is 145
Median undergraduate GPA is 3.02” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, that puts Indiana TTTTTTech in elite company, right?!?! Who in the hell told these dolts that attending an unaccredited law school in Fort Wayne was a great idea? Then again, how did the cretins at this “university” decide that it was wise to open a law school
Indiana’s Oversaturated Market: On October 8, 2012, Paul Campos wrote an insightful and hilarious entry labeled “Indiana Wants Me.” Read the following excerpt:
“Indiana, which contains 2% of the US population, already has four ABA-accredited law schools, including two "top 30" institutions, both of which feature legal unemployment rates for their grads of around 40%, and which are currently placing only 20% to 25% of their graduates in firms of more than ten attorneys.
Chutzpah has been defined as murdering your parents and then pleading for mercy because you're an orphan. How about setting up another legal diploma mill in a hyper-saturated market, while claiming that what will set your school apart is its emphasis on "ethics" and "professionalism?" [Emphasis mine]
Wow, that was a truly “brilliant” move, ass-clowns! It’s no surprise that these selfish bastards ended up with an initial class of less than 30 students. Their goal was 100 victims. Hell, you could get more than 30 people interested in having their tonsils removed.
Conclusion: Indiana Tech Law School is a pile of wet feces. The students at this commode have essentially no chance at landing decent legal employment, upon graduation. Do you - for one damn microsecond - see these dunces competing for jobs with their counterparts from Indiana-Bloomington or Notre Dame?!?! Have fun telling your friends that you are in law school, chump. Afterward, when you have amassed additional sums of NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt for a TTTTTT law degree - and are stocking shelves at Kmart - let’s see if your family and pals are still impressed.
Posted by Nando at 6:15 AM