Thursday, January 30, 2014

Hit the Snooze Button: Seven Students at Indiana Tech Law School Make the Worthless Dean’s List


http://law.indianatech.edu/deans-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?!

http://law.indianatech.edu/admissions/consumerinfo/

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:

“Enrollment Data

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:

http://www.cooley.edu/about/factsataglance.html

“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

http://insidethelawschoolscam.blogspot.com/2012/10/ive-gotten-three-emails-in-past-week.html

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.

Sunday, January 26, 2014

First Tier Eagle Droppings: Emory University School of Law


http://www.law.emory.edu/admission/admission-tuition.html

Tuition: Full-time law students at Emory Univer$ity face a ridiculous tuition bill of $47,500 - for the 2013-2014 school year.  Fees add up to another $674, for a total amount of $$48,174.  At a certain point, you realize that there is no legitimate reason for such outrageous prices.  This is not medical school, which requires large costs in lab space and technology.

Total, Estimated Cost of Attendance: According to this same page, other costs will reach $26,422.  Hence, the commode lists the estimated COA as $74,596 - for first and second year law students.  Isn’t it nice to see that the law school swine put their students’ interests first?!?!

However, one must realize that ABA-accredited diploma mills base their estimates on a nine-month calendar.  Since actual students will require costs over the full year, we will prorate living expenses.  The remaining items will remain unaffected.  The pigs at Emory list living costs as $17,964.  Based on that price, the 12 month figure would be $23,952.  As such, the total estimated COA - for one damn year at this law school -  is $80,584!!  Who the hell has that kind of money?!

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

Ranking: Based on the rankings from US “News” & World Report, Emory University Sewer of Law is rated as the 23rd most sensational and mesmerizing law school in the country.  Hell, it only shares this distinction with one other ABA-accredited school.

http://www.law.emory.edu/career-services/for-prospective-students/employment-statistics.html

Published Employment Statistics: Let’s take a look at the toilet’s Class of 2012 Employment Report.  You will notice that there were 266 total graduates in this cohort.  Apparently, everyone submitted their employment status.  Only 215 members of this class landed full-time, long term employment!!  This includes non-legal work, as well.  That represents 80.8% of all grads.

Of course, the ABA allows schools to count part-time and short-term jobs in their tabulations.  After all, who didn’t decide to go to law school, with the intention of working such garbage positions, right?!?!  Therefore, the “official” nine-month, employment placement rate is 96.2 percent, i.e. 256/266.

By the way, this school - which is supposedly the 23rd greatest law school in the United States - hired 37 of its 2012 grads in university or law school-funded positions!  Yes, that is the true hallmark of a “prestigious” school, huh?!?!  You will note that 17 of these were full-time, long term - while the remaining 20 jobs were part-time and long term.  Without resorting to this measure, the placement rate would only have been 82.3%, i.e. 219/266.  In sum, the school increased this figure by nearly 14 percent - with this underhanded tactic.

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 Emory Law Class of 2012 who incurred debt for law school - as $105,838. However, only 76 percent of this commode’s 2012 class took on such foul debt. Remember that this figure does not include undergraduate debt – and it also does not take accrued interest into account, while the student is enrolled.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3wyBNYwgnQ&feature=youtu.be&t=36m10s

The Former Home of Super-Bitch Sara K. Stadler: Here is the video of Sara Stadler delivering the commencement address to the 2011 graduating class of Emory University. The speech starts at 36:10 and ends at the 45:20 mark.

As reported by Debra Cassens Weiss, in the May 26, 2011 edition of the ABA Journal:

“Emory University law professor Sara Stadler thinks law grads need to stop coveting high-paying jobs that just aren’t available. And she said so in a commencement speech earlier this month.

"Get over it,” Stadler told law grads. “The one thing standing in the way of your happiness is a sense of entitlement." The Fulton County Daily Report covered the speech.” [Emphasis mine]

Keep in mind that this pile of human excrement is the daughter of former U.$. $olicitor General James Lee Rankin.  The bastard was also general counsel to the Warren Commission, which helped cover up the murder of JFK - which is what it was assembled for, people.

Conclusion: Nearly one-fourth of the 2012 graduating class at Emory Law did not incur a single dime of student debt, for their JD.  You are competing with connected, rich kids for top jobs.  If you are not part of the club, then they have huge advantages over your ass - before you even set foot in law school.  They have real connections, i.e. their fathers can make a phone call and get their kids nice jobs.  Additionally, those students will not be financially ruined by their decision to attend law school.

As a person of modest means, YOU will essentially be required to take on an additional $115K-$170K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt - for a chance to enter the shrinking legal “profession.”  Do you like those odds, Dumbass?!?!  If so, then you should take your carcass to a riverboat casino and bet your life savings on the upcoming Super Bowl.  Hell, your chances of winning are actually better if you do so, lemming. 

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Roger Williams University School of Law to Cut Tuition by 18 Percent, and Pennsylvania State University SOL to Slash In-State Tuition in Half


Roger Williams University’s “Decision”: On January 15, 2014, the Providence Journal published reporter Thomas J. Morgan’s article, “Roger Williams to cut law school tuition by 18 percent.”  Here is the entire text of that piece:

http://www.providencejournal.com/breaking-news/content/20140115-roger-williams-to-cut-law-school-tuition-by-18-percent.ece

“Roger Williams University announced Wednesday that it is cutting its law school tuition by 18 percent for the 2014-2015 school year.

That means tuition will go from $41,400 to $33,792, the university announced in a news release.

The school said that tuition will be capped at that level for the next three years.

Roger Williams is now the best priced private American Bar Association-accredited law school in the Northeast, the school said.” [Emphasis mine]

We now know that these pigs are desperate.  I love how the newspaper tries to spin this story, in the last sentence.  Hell, it seems that the flea-covered rats wrote the conclusion.  Did Morgan even bother to fact-check, to see if the claim is true?

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

Based on the current rankings from US “News” & World  Report, Roger William$ Univer$iTTTTy Sewer of Law is floating in the fourth tier of ABA law schools.  What an academic powerhouse, huh?!?!  In the end, nobody gives a damn if a FOURTH TIER PIECE OF EXCREMENT is the best-priced, private ABA law school in the region.  Remember that the commode removed the name of major donor Ralph R. Papitto from the law school, when he used the word “nigger” in a board meeting

Pedophile State University “Chooses” to Reduce Tuition: Alicia Albertson’s piece, “Penn State to cut tuition by almost half for Penn. residents,” appeared in the January 8, 2014 edition of the NaTTTional Juri$TTT.  Look at the first two paragraphs:

http://www.nationaljurist.com/content/penn-state-cut-tuition-almost-half-penn-residents

“Only a year after it decided to divide into two separate law schools, Penn State University Dickinson School of Law has announced it will cut tuition by almost half for Pennsylvania residents.

Penn State Law will offer residents an annual grant of $20,000 through the Commonwealth Scholars program. The program will be available to any student enrolling in the fall of 2014, so long as they are residents of Pennsylvania. The grant is renewable for three years. Tuition is normally $41,088 for in-state students.” [Emphasis mine]

Later on in the article, we get to the meat and potatoes of this “decision”:

“Penn State has seen applications plummet from 5,326 in 2010 to 1,885 in 2013. Enrollment has also dropped, from 228 entering students in 2010 to 132 this year. This comes at the same time that the school is in the process of splitting into two separate schools.

Penn State took over Carlisle-based Dickinson School of Law, a private school, in 2000. It planned to move the law school to State College but ran into opposition in 2005. Instead, it opened its State College campus in 2006 and has operated the two campuses as one single entity since then. In 2008, it received a $25 million grant from a regional government entity to upgrade the Carlisle campus, but with the caveat that first-, second- and third-year programs remain in the state capitol until at least 2020.

The recent decline in applications and enrollment forced the law school to reconsider that arrangement. The law school asked the regional authority to approve shifting all first-year law students to State College, in order to consolidate and cut expenses. But the regional authority declined. 

So, the faculty voted to separate into two different schools, with Carlisle to be a more regional law school with relaxed admissions standards, and State College to focus on being a national law school. But with the drop in enrollment and reduction in tuition, some say the plan is risky.” [Emphasis mine]

I am smiling from ear to ear, as I write this entry.  It is great to see these swine scramble for applicants.  Keep in mind that this steep decline in enrollment comes at a time when it is easier to gain admission to ABA law schools nationally.

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+3

According to USN&WR, Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson Sewer of Law is ranked as the 64th greatest, most prestigious law school in the entire country.  Their mothers must be very proud.

Conclusion: You know that these cockroaches are getting desperate for asses in seats.  Why else would these scamming bastards slash tuition to such levels?  In both cases, the big-ass reductions are renewable for all three years of law school.  Our collective work in spreading the truth about the law school pigs has led to these measures.  The general public is now MUCH better informed about the insane costs and pathetic job prospects facing debt-strapped law graduates.  The academic thieves will continue to falsely assert that “Now is a great time to attend law school.”  However, these bitches and hags have nothing substantive to back up those claims.  They simply want na├»ve lemmings to buy into those lies.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Breaking News: Syracuse University College of Law “Strategically Planned” to Cut Its Class Size by 25 Percent!


http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2014/01/15/dramatic-enrollment-drop-was-strategically-planned-law-school-says/?mg=blogs-wsj&url=http%253A%252F%252Fblogs.wsj.com%252Flaw%252F2014%252F01%252F15%252Fdramatic-enrollment-drop-was-strategically-planned-law-school-says

Syracuse Commode of Law Spews Forth Orange Waste: On January 15, 2014, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog published Jacob Gershman’s piece, which was entitled “Dramatic Enrollment Drop Was Strategically Planned, Law School Says.”  Check out this opening:

“The historic drop in enrollment at U.S. law schools has been the subject of anxious debate in the legal community. Some view the pattern as a symptom of a sluggish job market and growing skepticism about the value of a law degree.

According to Syracuse University’s College of Law, which has seen a particularly steep drop in its class sizes, the shrinking numbers are the result of smarter planning.

Syracuse’s Class of 2016 is nearly 25% smaller than its Class of 2014, decreasing from 255 to 196 over two years. The law school’s director of admissions, Nikki Laubenstein, spoke to the campus newspaper about the enrollment trend and offered this take:

“Our smaller class size is strategically managed and planned to provide the optimal level of engagement for our students with our law school faculty and programming opportunities,” she told the Daily Orange in an article published Wednesday.” [Emphasis mine]

These lying bastards take dishonesty to a whole new level.  In this country, we are used to seeing CEO pigs, Congressroaches, and business managers employ corporatese and other underhanded tricks.  However, these academic dung beetles have these bastards beat, hands down.

Keep in mind that Nikki Laubenstein is the direcTTor of Admi$$ion$ at 96th ranked $yracu$e Univer$iTTy Commode of Law.  On her school bio, you will notice that she does not even have a damn law degree!  Yet, she sees no problem with “strongly encouraging” young college grads to take the plunge.

http://www.dailyorange.com/2014/01/law-school-enrollment-drops-again

The Daily Orange posted a January 15, 2014 article from assistant news editor Ellen Meyers, under the headline “Law school enrollment drops for second year in a row.”  Look at the following excerpt:

“Syracuse University’s College of Law’s first-year enrollment declined for the second year in a row, after reaching an all-time high in 2011.

Enrollment peaked in 2010 and 2011 at 255 students. The number of students slightly fell to 245 in 2012, but that number sharply dropped to 196 for 2013.

Nikki Laubenstein, director of admissions at the College of Law, said in an email the class size is smaller to benefit students and faculty.” [Emphasis mine]

Yeah, sure the school planned these smaller class sizes - and Salma Hayek just dug her nails into my back and locked her ankles around my waist.  When it comes to sheer gall, Laubenstein’s excrementitious statement cannot be topped.  With this type of material, this rodent ought to become a stand-up comedienne.  Now, head to the conclusion:

“Construction on Dineen Hall, the new facility for the College of Law, is well underway and is scheduled to be completed by next fall. Laubenstein said it is an exciting time for the law school.

“This year’s exciting move into Dineen Hall allows us to continue to evaluate and redefine what it means for the student experience and to be a part of Syracuse Law,” she said.” [Emphasis mine]

This is about as exciting as getting hit by a car.

http://lawschooltruthcenter.blogspot.com/2014/01/and-syracuse-takes-prize.html

Other Coverage: On January 16, 2014, the Law School Truth Center featured a hilarious entry labeled “…And Syracuse Takes the Prize.”  Here is the entire text of that post:

“I don't know what prize, but this should win something:

Syracuse’s Class of 2016 is nearly 25% smaller than its Class of 2014, decreasing from 255 to 196 over two years. The law school’s director of admissions, Nikki Laubenstein, spoke to the campus newspaper about the enrollment trend and offered this take: 

“Our smaller class size is strategically managed and planned to provide the optimal level of engagement for our students with our law school faculty and programming opportunities,” she told the Daily Orange in an article published Wednesday.

I mean...just...like...uh...

I'm awestruck.

Nikki, you ever come to the Center, there's a golden barstool with your name on it and drinks are on the house.”

http://www.law.syr.edu/news-and-events/news/dineen-gift.aspx

Dineen Hall’s Ridiculous Costs:  From the trash pit’s press release, regarding the “gift” from the greedy pig Dineen family:

“The new building is expected to cost between $85 million to $90 million and total approximately 200,000 square feet. SU Architecture alumnus Richard Gluckman '70, G'71, of the Gluckman Mayner architectural firm in New York City, will be the lead architect on the project.” [Emphasis mine]

For $ome rea$on, these funds did not make their way to students, in the form of scholarships, grants, or reduced tuition.  Then again, old-ass, wrinkly, rich white people would rather have buildings named after them - rather than a mere scholarship fund.

Conclusion: Nikki Laubenstein is a lying rat who has no integrity.  Yes, I realize that the wench is hired by an ABA-accredited dung pit.  She doesn’t want to alarm current students and potential applicants - especially with an upcoming move into a shiny, expensive, big-ass, new building.  However, she is still the one uttering such nonsense.

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Second Tier Scalding Hot Sewage: University of South Carolina School of Law


http://www.law.sc.edu/admissions/tuition.shtml

Tuition: In-state residents attending this trash pit on a full-time basis will be charged $22,360 in tuition, for the 2013-2014 school year.  Non-resident, full-time law students who received a merit scholarship will pay $24,688 in tuition - for 2013-2014.  Of course, those who do not have such an offer will be ass-raped to the tune of $44,752, for the current academic year.

Estimated, Total Cost of Attendance: The pigs provided the following additional costs: books, $994; room, $10,237; board, $2,352; transportation, $1,665; and personal expenses, $2,420.  Using the commode’s figures, this would amount to a total COA of $40,028 for full-time law students who are South Carolina residents - whereas their non-resident counterparts will face a total budget of $62,420.

For $ome rea$on, the bitches and hags at ABA-accredited diploma mills always use a nine month estimate on living expenses.  We will prorate the following items to reflect the reality that actual students require costs over the full year: room, board, transportation and miscellaneous.  Doing so, these expenditures add up to $22,231.  After including textbooks and tuition, we reach the following, estimated cost of attendance for the first year of law school at the Univer$iTTy of $ouTTh Carolina Sewer of Law: $45,585 for in-state residents and $67,977 for out of state students.  Who says that state schools are affordable?!?!

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+4

Ranking: At such prices, one would expect this public “non-profit” in$titution to have a stellar reputation in the legal and academic communities, correct?!?!  Well, according to US “News” & World Report, the University of South Carolina Sewer of Law is the 98th greatest, most fantastic and amazing law school in the entire United States.  What a tremendous accomplishment!

http://www.law.sc.edu/career/docs/NALP-Class_of_2012_Summary.pdf

Published Employment Placement and Salary Statistics: Based on the trash heap’s 2012 Employment Summary, there were 226 members of this cohort.  Seven grads did not bother to report their status to the school.  Apparently, these JDs had more important things to do, such as finding a damn job.  Of the remaining amount, a total of 196 reported being employed within nine months of graduation.  As such, the commode’s “placement” was 89.5%, i.e. 196/219.

Scroll down to the bottom of page 2 of this PDF.  Under Size of Firm, you will see that a total of 76 graduates - from the Class of 2012 - ended up working in private law practices.  This figure includes three desperate solos - and 33 poor bastards who were hired by firms of 2-10 lawyers.  Another 14 landed in offices of 11-25 lawyers.  By the way, only 39 of these private practitioners reported their salary info to the school.  That speaks volumes!  Also, six damn members of this cohort were employed by law firms with more than 500 attorneys.  That is super-fantastic, huh?!?!

On the top of the first page, the pigs list Full Time, Long-Term Salaries.  You will see that only 116 grads provided such info to the Office of Career Services ass-clowns.  Here are the figures: 25th percentile, $40,334; median, $49,025; 75th percentile, $60,000; and a mean of $57,000.  Those numbers are not impressive - especially when you look at the level of student debt taken on by the last graduating class.  Furthermore, if the ABA and NALP were concerned with honesty and integrity in the slightest, then the schools would be required to include short-term and part-time salaries, as well.  That would give applicants a better picture of the job market and their potential income.

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 Univer$iTTy of $ouTTh Carolina JD Class of 2012 who incurred debt for law school - as $85,602. Hell, 82 percent of this toilet’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, while the student is enrolled.

Conclusion: If you value your future, then do not attend this sweltering dung pit.  Get this fact through your thick skull, Lemming: only ONE THIRD of this cesspool’s 2012 graduating class, ended up working in private law practice!  Again, that includes desperate solo attorneys and those working in toilet law.  Could you imagine if U.S. medical students faced such outcomes?!?!  Hell, MDs would grab the administrators of such a program - and beat them senseless with bamboo sticks.

You will not be served well by incurring an additional $95K-$135K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt, for a chance to enter the GLUTTED legal “profession.”  Don’t forget the salary data furnished by 116 grads to the school.  Keep in mind that this represents a mere 59.2 percent of those who reported being employed within nine months of graduation from this garbage pile, i.e. 116/196.  Use your gray matter, potential law students.  You likely wouldn’t purchase a car if the customer reviews were this poor.  Why in the hell would you piss away three years of your life - and take on ridiculous amounts of debt - for such prospects?!?!  In the immortal words of Tyler Durden, “You are not special.  You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake.”

Monday, January 6, 2014

Profiles in Lying Turd Syndrome: Brian Leiter, “Law Professor” and Douche-Bag Extraordinaire at the University of Chicago



Opening Shot: First off, check out this epic rant by the late comic genius Bill Hicks, regarding another douche-bag, i.e. Rush Limbaugh.  I’ll paraphrase him, in describing the anal cyst known as Brian Leiter.  

“Speaking of academic devils, I was reading Brian Leiter’s op-ed the other day.  Doesn’t Brian Leiter remind you of one of those gay guys who likes to lay in the tub while other men pee on him?  Can’t you see his fat body in a tub while Kant, Hegel and Nietzsche just stand around pissing and defecating on him, and his little piggly wiggly dick can’t get hard?  “Ahhh.  Ahhh.  I can’t get hard.  Nietzsche, pee in my mouth.” 


The Pig’s Moans on Huffington Post: On December 31, 2013, Cockroach Brian Leiter wrote a Huffington Post opinion piece labeled “American Law Schools and the Psychology of Cyber-Hysteria.”  Look at this nonsense:

“Previously, I wrote about how the steep decline in applications to law schools was an unsurprising "consumer" response to the downturn in the legal sector in the wake of the financial crisis and the recognition that student debt was no longer dischargeable in bankruptcy. What was surprising, however, was the new "meme" that took hold in cyberspace: this economic catastrophe was the fault of law schools and law professors. The psychology of this "meme" is our topic here.” [Emphasis mine]

For $ome rea$on, this philosophy “professor” does not mind engaging in the logical fallacy of the straw man argument.  When did critics ever claim that the law schools caused the economic collapse?  I have pointed out for years that ABA law schools have been overproducing JDs for decades - and that the “educators” continue to pump out FAR TOO MANY GRADS for the available number of attorney openings.


Some Facts That the Pig Conveniently Ignored: From the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, under Job Outlook:

“Employment of lawyers is expected to grow by 10 percent from 2010 to 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Competition for jobs should continue to be strong because more students are graduating from law school each year than there are jobs available.” [Emphasis mine]

Did you see anything indicating that there will be an equilibrium of JDs to attorney job openings by the year 2016 - as Brian Leiter claimed - in his garbage piece?!?!  If so, then you too may also suffer from Lying Turd Syndrome.  Perhaps, you merely cannot comprehend basic facts. 


From 1980-1981 to 2009-2010 - a span of 30 years - ABA-accredited law schools/diploma mills collectively pumped out 1,161,863 graduates. For $ome rea$on, Cockroach Brian Leiter failed to mention this anywhere in his article.


According to the NALP Class of 2012 National Summary Report, there were a total of 46,364 graduates competing for 28,567 jobs “requiring bar passage.”  Keep in mind that not all of those positions were traditional attorney openings.  Apparently, Brian Leiter doesn’t care about such facts.


Catherine Rampell’s piece, “The Lawyer Surplus, State by State,” appeared in the June 27, 2011 edition of the New York Times Economix blog.  The article is based on findings from the neutral Economic Modeling Specialists Inc.  Here is one excerpt:

“According to this model, every state but Wisconsin and Nebraska (plus Washington, D.C.) is producing many more lawyers than it needs. (See table after the jump for full data, and additional caveats.)

In fact, across the country, there were twice as many people who passed the bar in 2009 (53,508) as there were openings (26,239).”

Do you see a difference in tactics?  Brian Leiter relies on suppositions from a trade publication that depends on ads from law schools, i.e. the NaTTTional Juri$TTT, and $elf-intere$ted “research” from fellow academics - while I cite to cold, hard facts and figures from the industry and objective sources.

A Brief Look at Brian Leiter’s Psychology: Leiter loves to cite to and quote everyone’s favorite raving lunatic philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche.  The maniac was committed to psych wards for the last 11 years of his life.   It’s fitting since Leiter is also mentally unbalanced.  Brian Lying Turd posted the following entry on August 4, 2010:


“There are relatively few Stanford professors who are candidates for the death penalty...

...under international law precedents, but Professor Rice is one.  But Professor Gilbert is more forgiving.” [Emphasis in original]

Hello, ass-clown.  Since you are such an “expert” on legal and philosophical matters, Brian, could you please cite to the case where Dr. Condolleeza Rice was charged with and convicted of “war crimes”?  You truly are an irresponsible, unhinged, pathetic bitch.  Again, this rodent “works” at a “non-profit in$titution of higher education” - and therefore receives much of his salary from federally-backed student loans.

Conclusion: Brian Leiter is an academic rodent who is personally benefiting from the law school scam.  He has less credibility than a used car salesman.  By the way, cockroach: I met Paul Campos in person last April.  At the end of that discussion, I brought up your vile name.  Campos immediately said that you are “a douche-bag.”  Then again, can anyone blame Leiter for ignoring truth, since it will not advance the academic thieves' agenda?!?!

Lastly, Pig Leiter knows that the scamblogs have effectively pointed out that law school is a terrible risk for MOST students.  That is the reason why he is bitching about it on the Huffington Post.  The number of applicants has declined for three straight years.  In the past, college grads flocked to law school during periods of recession.  Furthermore, Leiter KNOWS that there will not be a shortage of lawyers in a couple of years, since there is already a GLUT of attorneys in the U.S.  Lastly, it is CLEAR that this old swine does not give one single, solitary droplet of excrement  about current or future law students.  He simply wants to keep the student loan gravy train rolling along.  After all, pupils are a means to an end.

 
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