Thursday, January 5, 2017
Excrement Runs Downhill: Saga at Fourth Tier Charlotte School of Law Continues, as Pigs Halt New Spring 2017 Enrollment
Power Flush: On January 3, 2017, the Charlotte Observer published a Michael Gordon piece entitled “Lawsuits grow over Charlotte School of Law woes; students plan Wednesday rally.” Enjoy this opening:
“The legal challenges continue to mount against embattled Charlotte School of Law, which had a deadline Tuesday to appeal the federal cut-off of tens of millions of dollars in federal student aid.
CSL is the country’s first accredited law school to lose access to student loans and other money administered by the U.S. Department of Education. The agency’s decision has left hundreds of students scrambling to find other means of paying for tuition and fees of about $60,000 a year.
Government documents last month accused the school of misleading students and the public about its graduates’ performance on the state bar exam, their success rate in finding jobs within the legal profession, and CSL’s troubled standing before the accrediting American Bar Association.
Education officials said it cut off the money because the school’s admission policy and curriculum left students unprepared for legal work and saddled with heavy debt that they have little chance of paying back. That leaves taxpayers footing the bill for unpaid loans.
The ABA put the school on two years’ probation in November. The Department of Education announced last month it was revoking the school’s access to loans and other taxpayer supported dollars, effective Dec. 31.
Two groups of students already have filed class-action, federal lawsuits accusing the school of deception and fraud, among other violations.” [Emphasis mine]
In the end, federal student loan dollars are the lifeblood of the law school scam. Let’s see how the cockroaches operate, when they need to rely on big-ass donations, tapping into their endowment, wealthy students, or enrolled chumps who receive private loans.
Later on, the author continued:
“In their last statement to students and alumni on Friday, CSL leaders said they remain “cautiously optimistic” that the money will be restored and classes will resume on schedule this month. However, the school also said that because of the “uncertainty” over tuition loans, it will not be admitting new students in January. On the surface that appears to be another financial blow against the for-profit school.
The DOE has cut off money to more than 40 schools over the past three budget years. Only four of those institutions have successfully appealed and reversed that decision, government spokesmen say.
CSL President Chidi Ogene and Jay Conison, the law school’s dean, also said school leaders are working on a transfer plan with Florida Coastal School of Law, an arrangement that Ogene and Conison say “would protect our students and ensure that they can complete their program of education.” The Florida school and CSL are part of the InfiLaw group, which also operates a for-profit law school in Arizona.” [Emphasis mine]
Yes, the pigs are confident of obtaining access to Department of Education loans, huh?!?! How many of the dolts will make the TTTT move to Jacksonville, Florida – in order to continue their garbage “legal education”?!
Other Coverage: On January 3, 2017, the Charlotte Business Journal featured a piece from the handsome Jennifer Thomas, under the headline “Charlotte Law: New spring 2017 enrollment halted among financial aid ‘ambiguity.’” Take a look for yourself:
“Charlotte School of Law won’t enroll a new spring 2017 class amid ongoing uncertainties tied to its federal financial aid.
The for-profit law school says it has notified those incoming students of that decision.”
Now, scroll down to her conclusion:
“The law school also is working with Florida Coastal School of Law on options to facilitate transfer opportunities for students effective for spring 2017.
It is preparing what is known as a teach-out plan to be considered by the bar association when it meets in March. That relationship with another ABA-accredited institution would help protect students and ensure they can complete their education.” [Emphasis mine]
How thoughtful of the bastards, right?!?! They ought to shove that "teach-out plan" up their portly asses. [Read: the “relationship” would help ensure that the swine at InfiLaw can continue to get their greedy hooves on bags of federal student loan money.]
Conclusion: If you are a student of this ABA-accredited trash heap, why not just abandon this sinking TTTT ship? Hell, this is a glaring red flag that you should not be attending this law school. In fact, if this is the best commode you can get into, then you should have questioned your decision long ago. Then again, that would require an IQ above room temperature – and you idiots don’t meet that threshold. Instead, those enrolled in this certified pile of rancid waste will bemoan their possible fate of “not being able to complete their law degree at Charlotte Sewer of Law.” You had no decent employment prospects coming out of this cesspit anyway, genius.
Posted by Nando at 5:04 AM