Thursday, June 11, 2015
ABA Cockroaches Deny Provisional Accredition to Indiana Tech Law School But Approve Concoria University School of Law
Indiana TTTTTech Temporarily Flushed: On June 10, 2015, Noelle Price’s article, “Provisional Accreditation Denied to Indiana Tech Law School,” appeared in the JD Journal. Look at this opening:
“According to the Indiana Lawyer, the American Bar Association has denied provisional accreditation to Indiana Tech Law School. Without accreditation, students will not be able to sit for the state bar exam, according to the Journal Gazette.
On Tuesday, the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar explained in a memorandum that the application for provisional ABA approval was rejected. The school is just two years old and is located in Fort Wayne. The school received notice of the decision prior to the publication of the memorandum.
Dean Charles Cercone said, “While we are disappointed not to receive accreditation at this time, we were encouraged that the Council narrowed the issue we need to focus on, and we believe that the Council has provided us with good feedback as we begin the reapplication process.” According to WANE.com, the school is optimistic that it will receive a vote from the ABA next year.
Cercone was named dean in November.
On June 5 and 6, the council heard a presentation by Dean Cercone and other officials from the school. Indiana Tech said that the presentation was productive, but details have not been revealed.
The school’s first dean stepped down after less than one year.
The school has 30 days to appeal the decision. If the appeal is filed properly, it will be considered by an appeals panel, and the council’s current decision would be stayed pending the final decision.” [Emphasis mine]
Perhaps they should have had Vice Dean andré douglas pond cummings make the presentation in spoken word/hip-hip format. Frankly, this appears to be a temporary setback for the Indiana Tech Law Sewer pigs. Every now and then, the American Bar Association cockroaches need to show that “they take the accreditation process seriously.” You can bet your ass that this stench pit will appeal within 30 days. Hell, the morons didn’t shut down operations after having enrolled 30 students in its first year entering class.
Concordia “University” Fares Better: On June 9, 2015, KTVB reporter Kim Fields presented a segment labeled “Concordia Law Earns Provisional Approval.” Check out this comical portion:
“Concordia University School of Law in downtown Boise has received provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association.
Earning provisional approval from the American Bar Association means the school's graduates will be able to take the bar exam. It also demonstrates the school's compliance with ABA Standards for Approved Law Schools.
The school's students are busy studying for the bar exam scheduled this July.
Dean Cathy Silak says earning the provisional approval is a very exact and strict process that takes several years, and it was a key milestone the school set out to accomplish when it first opened.
"This is truly exciting. We have such a high-quality student body, faculty and staff. And so now these students will be eligible to take the bar exam here in the state of Idaho. So we're just so excited for them too," said Silak.
Another big milestone for Concordia Law is its first commencement ceremonies in Boise scheduled for August 8 with some 27 graduates.” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, Cathy, gaining provisional accreditation is a super exact and strict process. According to the ABA, there are currently 205 institutions with ABA approval – including five commodes with provisional status. Hell, skid row bums are more strict and discriminating when it comes to their choice of cheap vodka.
By the way, look at the 0:31 second mark of the video. You will see a bunch of old guys with laptops, listening to a boring-ass law lecture. It’s funny that they are all dressed up in slacks and dress shirts. I understand that the swine want to make a good impression, but this is artificial. At any rate, being eligible to take the Idaho bar exam is not a big deal. It does not mean that you will land a lawyer job – especially if you’re a 45 year old white guy with a big-ass mustache who just graduated from a provisionally-accredited dung heap.
Conclusion: Don’t feel sad for the bastards at Indiana TTTTTech Law Sewer. The ABA has denied other trash pits initially, and then later approved their application for accreditation. Plus, the mental midgets running that place chose to ignore reality – by choosing to open a law school in the midst of a fundamental restructuring of the U.S. legal job market.
Cathy Silak – who should invest in a new hairdo, wardrobe, teeth whitening, and makeup – acts as though she is happy for the law students. This decision is MUCH better – and much more important - for the school. This means that they can continue to operate, and take in more bundles of federal student loan money each year. After all, the students and grads are a mere means to an end. Don’t feel too bad for the lemmings. If you are dumb enough to enroll in such a dump, then you deserve your fate. My only concern is for the families of these dolts, especially after seeing pupils who appear to be 35-50 years of age.
Posted by Nando at 4:54 AM