Tuesday, January 10, 2017
TTTT Turmoil Continues at Charlotte School of Law: Pigs Force Academic Dean to Resign
Fourth Tier Chronicles: On January 9, 2017, the Charlotte Observer extended its series on CharloTTTTe Sewer of Law, in a Michael Gordon piece that was entitled “Top academic dean forced to resign as turmoil at Charlotte School of Law continues.” Check out the following lesson on passing the buck to someone down the line:
“The turmoil at Charlotte School of Law appeared to continue Monday with the dean in charge of curriculum telling students she had been forced out of her job.
In an email, Camille Davidson said she was asked to resign as the school’s head of academics by Jay Conison, the head dean of the school. Davidson, a Georgetown University law graduate, said she would remain on the CSL faculty. The change comes less than a week before the beleaguered school is scheduled to reopen for classes.
“It is with much regret that I inform you that Dean Conison has asked me to step down as Academic Dean,” Davidson wrote, according to a copy of her message obtained by the Observer. “As of today, I will no longer serve in such capacity.”
In her job as dean, Davidson helped plan the school’s curriculum and schedule of classes. She also assigned teachers and addressed academic issues with students, while also teaching classes.
Davidson is the wife of Trevor Fuller, a Mecklenburg county commissioner who was recently deposed as chairman by his colleagues. She did not respond to an Observer phone call or email seeking comment for this story.
One of her former colleagues at the school said Davidson regularly served as a shield between faculty and students and InfiLaw, which operates CSL and two other for-profit law schools in Florida and Arizona.
“Camille had an incredibly hard job. She did it as well as anybody could,” said the former faculty member, who asked to remain anonymous due to the school’s current problems with the federal government and the American Bar Association.
“She stood up to Infilaw on behalf of students and faculty when it was possible to do so. But she was the person who had to have difficult discussions with students and was often the messenger for things students didn’t like. Honestly, I’m happy for her that she doesn’t have to do it anymore.” [Emphasis mine]
Sadly, you know that mental midgets will continue to apply to, and enroll in, this certified cesspit. After all, “One can do anything with a law degree!” Yeah, make sure to tell that to bill collectors, your landlord, and the utility companies, bitch. In the end, people attend professional school so that they can enter secure, rewarding careers. Going to law school without the intention of becoming an attorney is idiotic. How many of medical or dental students go to school with the idea of doing something else?!?!
But the Trash Pit Will Remain Open: On January 6, 2017, Mark Washburn and Michael Gordon tag-teamed the commode in a Charlotte Observer article, headlined “Charlotte School of Law will reopen, students told.” Take a look at this opening:
“Charlotte School of Law – battling lawsuits from students, a federal cutoff of student loans and financial problems – has notified students that it would reopen for the spring semester.
“We are very pleased to announce that after extensive discussions with our regulators, we will be starting classes as scheduled,” dean Jay Conison told students in an email.
Classes are to resume on Jan. 17.
No further details were provided.
Spokeswoman Victoria Taylor said officials at the school were not immediately available for comment on the news, which signaled that third-year students would be able to graduate. Students were told earlier that administrators had determined that at least 500 students – about two-thirds of its current enrollment – would need to commit to taking classes this spring for the school to reopen.
“This is a step in the right direction,” said Margaret Kocaj, a third-year student one semester from graduation. “However, because there is no information about funding, I remain cautiously optimistic.” [Emphasis mine]
The only thing that matters to the law school pigs is getting their hands on tuition dollars, preferably via the federal government. Somehow, misguided Margaret Kocaj does not understand the real purpose of law school: to provide high-paying “jobs” to lazy-ass “professors” and administrators. Heaven forbid these academic thieves have to ever practice law again. By the way, from the picture provided, Kocaj will also be hampered by her looks. Unless you are connected or strikingly pretty, your job prospects as a TTTT grad are weaker than a paper sack filled with piss.
Conclusion: In the final analysis, the scum at InfiLaw – including Jay "Pass the Buck" Conison at Charlotte Sewer of Law – needed a scapegoat. Hence, we see this TTTT action. In most ABA-accredited rat holes, an academic dean has about as much clout as a law librarian. The school figured that they could use the lady’s title to give the impression that they are holding themselves accountable. Does anyone with an IQ above room temperature think – for one goddamn second – that this academic dean was responsible for the toilet being placed on probation by the American Bar Association?!?! Anyone out there believe that the U.S. Department of Education decided to cut off student loan funds to this pile of excrement due to the actions of this academic dean, which is basically a liaison between the students, faculty and InfiLaw? Perhaps, she tried to stand up to the for-profit cockroaches, and this is the end result. What a bastion of integrity, huh?!?! Then again, morons will continue to apply to this garbage heap.
Posted by Nando at 4:17 AM