Thursday, July 23, 2015
Desperate Bowel Movement: Indiana Tech Law School Pigs Set to Reapply to ABA Cockroaches for Accreditation
TTTTT News: On July 16, 2015, KPC News published a Linda Lipp story entitled “Law school skips appeal, reapplies to ABA.” Take a look at this opening:
“The Indiana Tech Law School did not appeal a June decision by the American Bar Association’s Council on Legal Education denying it accreditation — but only because the university’s leaders decided reapplying for the ABA’s endorsement would be the quicker, more effective approach.
The appeals panel is required to affirm the council’s determination unless it thinks that it was arbitrary and capricious, said Charles Cercone, the law school’s dean. The school would not have been allowed to submit any additional evidence or documentation in its appeal, so the likelihood it would win was small.
“If we had appealed it would have delayed our reapplication process into next year to the point where we would have felt uncomfortable with our charter class that’s going to graduate (in 2016),” Cercone said. “So we decided to abandon the appeal and reapply right away.”
The accreditation is important, because in Indiana, students must graduate from an accredited law school in order to sit for the bar exam.” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, these bastards are truly looking out for their students’ best interests, right?!?! If you believe that, then let me tell you about the time I threw a no hitter at the old Yankee Stadium. Later on, the author continued:
“The ABA had no problems with the school’s faculty or teaching, and did not cite the school’s lack of a permanent dean at the time of its evaluation as a problem, “although to be honest I don’t think it helped us much,” Cercone said.
The founding dean, Peter Alexander, left abruptly at the end of the law school’s first academic year in 2014. An interim dean served in that position until Cercone came on board in January.
The school’s enrollment the first two years did not live up to expectations. It had hoped for 100 the first year, and enrolled 25. The second year was a little better, but the school ended the year with just 57 first- and second-year students.
Because of the uncertainty over the accreditation status, some of those students may well transfer elsewhere, Cercone acknowledged. It also has put a damper on recruitment.
“Obviously, in the posture we’re in this year, I don’t expect that to improve,” he said. “We would like to have 20 students in the incoming class, and that’s what we’re shooting for.”
As an added enticement, the university is giving 100-percent scholarships to every single student enrolled there next year.
“It shows the university’s and the board of trustees’ support for the law school and their belief in the law school, and we hope that’s going to incentivize students to stay,” Cercone said.” [Emphasis mine]
You can smell the combination of desperation and sick feces from a mile away, people. The bitches and hags at this trash heap are now aiming to enroll 20 damn people in their incoming first year class – and they will provide them with free tuition! That must be a sign of strength, huh?!?!
Other Coverage: On the evening of July 22, 2015, the Law School Truth Center featured an entry labeled “An Intimate, Low Cost Law School Experience.” Check out the hilarious portion below:
“Imagine you go to law school at a "top" school. In your 1L torts law class, you might have 60, 80, 100 students. There's no way all of you can fit your tongues onto the professors' asses.
Now imagine a law school where you go to that same property class and it's just 19 other people. Not just in your section, but in the entire class. You'd get the exact same hands-on attention you got in high school geometry! If you went to a podunk high school in western Nebraska! Justice!
Ladies and gentlemen, I present Indiana Tech[.]” [Emphasis mine]
You have seen MANY law grads and attorneys advise current dolts to drop out immediately, if they are not in the top 10 percent of their commode’s class – after first semester. In a cohort of 20 morons, you would need to place in the top 2 spots. Guess what, genius? Even if you managed to be in the top “decile” at this toilet, decent law offices will not take a look at you. Hell, good law firms and government agencies would rather hire the bum carrying a cardboard sign than make your ass an offer. Get the point, mental deficient?!?!
Conclusion: If you know anyone who is getting ready to attend this dung heap, gently move their coloring book and Legos out of the way – and then talk to them in terms that they can understand. Use small words and short sentences. Whatever you do, make sure to avoid polysyllabic terms. You may need to draw them a diagram on the sidewalk, with chalk. If it will help them comprehend the message that you are trying to convey, then let them hold their Etch A Sketch. Clearly explain to them that attending Indiana TTTTTech Law Sewer is a dumber decision than sticking their arm in a jar filled with fire ants. In the event that they understand you and don’t throw a tantrum, reward them with a sticker of their favorite Sesame Street character and perhaps a glass of warm milk. By seeking to spare the simpletons from financial hell, you will be performing a great work and service.
Posted by Nando at 12:32 AM