Friday, March 10, 2017
Crooklyn Law School Pig Nicolas Allard is Happy to Use “Social Justice” to Attract and Fleece More Students
Allard Sticks His Hoof in His Snout Again: On February 24, 2017, Pig Nicolas Allard added an excrementitious opinion piece labeled An unexpected Trump effect: Lawyer as hero.” Take a look at this filth that appeared in The Hill:
“Almost single handedly, President Trump has made lawyers the breakout stars in the early days of his new administration.
Legal experts in immigration and refugee law, international trade, religious freedom, and the constitutional powers of the executive branch have, seemingly overnight, become regular guests on network and cable news, quoted on front pages of national newspapers, and gained thousands of followers on social media.
Law schools can seize this moment and, like the generation inspired by Woodward and Bernstein to pursue careers in journalism, lead the renaissance in legal education that would revive a profession in need of an injection of youth, idealism, and high-tech savvy.
Lawyers are playing a central role in this grand national civics class that we have been called to attend. With in-depth legal knowledge and an encyclopedic sense of history, these men and women — judges, law practitioners, scholars, and law students — have raised our collective consciousness (with the help of musical theater’s Alexander Hamilton) about the important role lawyers and the law have played in the founding of our nation and the ongoing stability of our system conferred by the adherence to the rule of law.
The armies of lawyers and law students that descended on major airports across the country in the wake of the president’s executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, as lawyers from the ACLU prepared their case to stay the ban in federal court, inspired a sense of pride in the profession not experienced in years.
Many of our students and faculty members were standing outside the United States courthouse in downtown Brooklyn in the cold January night cheering with thousands of others as the lawyers bounded down the stairs with the court-ordered stay in their hands.” [Emphasis mine]
Congratulations, Lard Ass. Your students and faculty members were mere cheerleaders in this great “civil awakening.” Then again, that was probably the most “productive” your “legal scholars” have been in years. Unless, of course, you count reading the Washington Post and doing the New York Times crossword puzzle as “work.”
Later on, the fat swine – who appears to have not missed a meal in decades – chortled over his garbage pit, Crooklyn Law School, seeing a 12 percent increase in applications last year. And that is all that matters to these devils. There are so many holes in this bastard’s “argument,” a ten year old could rip it to shreds. First, lawyers and legislators at this nation’s founding played a central role in legalizing slavery and in classifying black men and women as “chattel.” Plus, bar passage rates are declining around the country – largely because the commodes are admitting more cretins and simpletons. Also, should one take on $180K+ in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt for a chance to become a “good, public-spirited lawyer”?!
Law Student Busts Up Allard’s Weak Case: On March 4, 2017, Alexander Grass – a student at the Benjamin N. Cardozo Sewer of Law at Ye$hiva Univer$ity – wrote a great response in Learn Liberty. That article was entitled “Social justice lawyers” won’t save law school.” Here are a couple of excerpts of Grass wiping his ass with Allard’s snout:
“Last Friday, the Dean of Brooklyn Law School, Nicholas Allard, published an op-ed in The Hill that theorized a recent minor uptick in the number of law school applications was due to “the intense interest among many Millennials in issues of social justice and the urge to make a positive difference.”
More specifically, Dean Allard pointed to the hordes of attorneys and law students that packed airport terminals in January to provide counsel to visitors caught up in President Trump’s poorly conceived immigration ban. In the dean’s opinion, these activists inspired new law school applicants “like the generation inspired by Woodward and Bernstein to pursue careers in journalism.”
There are entrenched, systemic problems in legal education — over-valued sticker prices, nearly insurmountable student loan debt, curricular requirements that skimp on teaching real lawyering practices — that guarantee law school is a bad choice for many or most students. Dean Allard is making an emotional appeal, but the truth is that legal education is undergoing permanent changes. These changes mean that fewer students should go to law school, constitutional crisis or not.” [Emphasis mine]
That was a nice, stiff combination to Nicholas Allard’s head, snapping his head and hot dog neck back a bit. The cockroach can only make an emotional appeal, preying on idealistic young people, because that is all he has left in his “arsenal.” Now, for the knockout blow:
“Even if, as Dean Allard imagines, future law students are ready to charge the gates in the name of social justice, they still have to pass the bar exam. With historically low pass rates at both the state and national level — only 43 percent passed California’s 2016 bar exam, for instance — many law school alumni won’t even become lawyers.
Dean Allard is begging for an injection of underqualified lawyers into a market whose growth has been steadily declining for decades. Or, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics puts it, “more students graduate from law school each year than there are jobs available.”
The dean has no proposal about what to do with the steadily growing pool of law students who can’t become attorneys. Instead, he offers hollow platitudes about how we’ve “lost sight of how critically relevant lawyers are to the social order,” and how there’s “precious little understanding of … the role lawyers play in bringing to fruition all the benefits of our constitutional guarantees.” [Emphasis mine]
Conclusion: In the final analysis, Nicholas Allard is a cockroach who will do and say anything – in order to get more asses in seats at his second tier sewer. He is no different from the deans and “presidents” at the other ABA-accredited diplomas, other than perhaps being a little more portly and aggressive in defending the law school scam in public forums. Hell, since 2014 he has been constantly bitching about the bar exam being “too difficult.” Ask yourself the following: Would you buy a used car from this bastard?!
Posted by Nando at 3:51 AM