Saturday, February 6, 2016
ABA Cockroaches Now Recommend Provisional Accreditation for Indiana Tech Law Sewer
Par for the Course: On January 26, 2016, the Indiana Lawyer published a Marilyn Odendahl piece, that was entitled “ABA committee recommends Indiana Tech Law School for accreditation.” Read the portion below:
“Indiana Tech Law School’s application for provisional accreditation has received support within the American Bar Association.
The Accreditation Committee of the ABA’s Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar recommended Jan. 21 that Indiana Tech’s application be approved. The Fort Wayne law school must now get final approval from the Section’s Council.
Indiana Tech Law School will make its presentation during the council’s scheduled meeting March 11 and 12 in Phoenix, Arizona.
“While I am grateful for the committee’s work and their recommendation, I recognize and respect the Council’s role in this process and look forward to appearing before the Council in March,” Indiana Tech Law School Dean Charles Cercone said in a statement.
In 2015, the ABA denied Indiana Tech’s application. According to Cercone, the bar association was concerned that the law school had not fully developed its curriculum.” [Emphasis mine]
For $ome rea$on, the ABA swine like to hold their idiotic meetings in warm weather locales – especially when cold temperatures persist in much of the country. Evidently, this helps stimulate “productivity.”
Other Coverage: On January 26, 2016, the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel featured a story from Kevin Leininger, with the headline “Indiana Tech’s law school recommended for accreditation.” Look at the concluding paragraph:
“Law schools cannot seek accreditation until their second year of operation, and failure to receive accreditation in the first attempt is not considered uncommon. Accreditation is important, because some states, including Indiana, do not allow students from non-accredited schools to take the bar examination necessary to practice law.” [Emphasis mine]
Even cub reporters can see through the ABA’s tactics. Deny in year one, approve next time.
Only 15 Students Accepted Free Tuition Offer: Back on September 1, 2015, “Old Guy” posted an OTLSS entry that was labeled “Indiana Tech can’t be given away.” Check out the following portion from that article:
“Desperate times call for desperate measures. And the raffling off of a "scholarship" to someone who had not even applied was not nearly desperate enough. With a new scam-dean to open year 3, Indiana Tech proved its vaunted innovative spirit by eliminating tuition. Yes, this year anyone enterprising enough to attend Indiana Tech won't spend a sou for the intellectual fellowship of such godlike figures as Dougie Fresh and Lamparello!
Indiana Tech was hoping to draw in twenty first-year students this year. How many people actually enrolled?
Fifteen.” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, that is the definition of “success,” right?!?! Hell, that is the equivalent of a woman telling you that she will sleep with you for free – and you still turn her down flat. Then again, Indiana TTTTTech Law Sewer is one unattractive pig.
Spot On Analysis: The Law School Truth Center featured an epic entry, “ABA Answers Long-Debated Question, Would Accredit a Turkey Sandwich,” on February 4, 2016. Do not drink or eat anything while reading this description:
“For any accreditation body that had a modicum of standards, accrediting this dead turkey would seem like a long-shot. Thankfully, the ABA understands the need to be inclusive in a field rife with elitism, such as the idea that a law school should be functional and seriously benefit students.
To use a metaphor, the confident young woman of pious virtue would simply scoff at the greasy drunken slob at the end of the bar who just suggested spontaneous bathroom coitus. There's a minimum bar to even having the negotiation, and that disgusting and hairy dude's not even close.
But the ABA is not a confident young woman of stuck-up pious virtue who sets arbitrary bars of availability based on traditional heuristics like attractiveness or health. No - the ABA is the kind-hearted, yet tough as nails, sex-addicted slut, who sees disgusting Indiana Tech feebly sitting in that port-side attraction, lonely day after lonely day, showering himself only with slurred philosophy and brushing his teeth only with suds. The ABA's one of the sporty gals who welcomes every able-bodied seaman into Manilla or Havana. With a wink and some routine procedure, she inducts them into that fraternity of one-time sailors who've spent a shore leave in that comforting port-of-call. To that honeyed whore, the ABA, the thought of revolting Indiana Tech isn't so much a turn-off as it is an opportunity. Indeed, this young sailor is special; he might grow into a strong and vibrant man of the community, enrolling hundreds of students and being a beacon of light to all who could see. Indeed, it would be undue discrimination for her, the ABA, to deny the application. But more importantly, it's just what the ABA does. Some women make careers; some women make house; the ABA is the seasoned whore who sees nobility and prestige in fornicating with a cross around her neck.” [Emphasis mine]
This describes the ABA’s role perfectly! Frankly, meth whores who walk by with twitching limbs have higher standards than these rodents.
Conclusion: This is a pattern by the American Bar Association criminals. They are known to deny accreditation to true cesspits on the first application, only to rubber stamp it the second time. These people are about as predictable as a prostitute presented with a few hundred dollars in cash. In the end, they will cave in and fall to their knees. It’s what the bitches and hags at the ABA do best.
Posted by Nando at 2:51 AM