I know what you wrote, the fact that you are denying it really doesn’t matter. Delete out if you want, I wouldn’t claim a “victory” or even “winning”. I don’t think it is a matter of who wins or looses. It was suppose to be about hearing the good and/or the bad, the fact that you provided very little throughout this long and lengthy process, leads me to believe that we all lost in some little way. I feel bad for those students that started reading this thread in hopes of getting much out of it, to only find that it was mainly two opposing sides bickering over insignificant details. It is still possible to get something out of this thread if one was to read between the insults and question what both sides are presenting, researching it further on their own. Im sorry to hear that you feel you have wasted your time, but im afraid I don’t share in your sentiments. Ive actually had an enjoyable time talking smack back and forth, and although its never about winning, I admit It does make me smile to know that I have gotten under your skin
There are successful law firms which have a “large percentage”(my words) of TJSL or CWSL graduates, however its not like I know exact numbers of those firms to classify it as “primarily”(your words). I notice that you have recently stated accusing me of having a wild imagination and making stuff up, after I questioned the truthfulness of your “TJSL and CWSL pals”. Way to turn that one around on me.
Cal Western coming in dead last in ANY measurement huh? That’s a rather bold statement to make. I guess that’s really dependant on who you ask.
You said “ Talking to the bookstore lady and some clowns in administration is useless”
I replied with “ Just because I have friends who are on the faculty of both schools, doesn’t mean that is where I draw my information from”.
I really don’t see how you over generalized that to an “all” statement. But out of all these posts, you pick a great time to be sarcastic…
Good thing your not in the profession of teaching…
(1) Where did I dismiss the attrition rate issue, I even gave credit to “TJTroll” on April 11th for initially providing that contribution. The Attrition Rate IS a serious problem, but you also have to look at the many factors that go into that. Taking things at face value, regardless of what subject it pertains to, is foolish.
(2) I questioned your “NON-imaginary TJSL and CWSL pals” from the start. Bottom line, without you personally speaking from experience, it doesn’t mean as much.
(3) You truly don’t believe that there are firms out there that are composed of a large percentage of CWSL or TJSL grads! I find your inability to even consider it a possibility a sign of your ignorance. You can think what you please about the truthfulness of my claims, however I wont bring the names of firms into this circus, sorry.
(4) You did present how you think that both schools are at the bottom of the Tier 4 system and their respective markets. That contribution is all you. Congratulations! Whether or not that is an accurate statement, is another matter. But you gave it your best, good job! Gold star for you!
Like I said before, I started this post mostly to hear the dirt. We have all heard the good parts of both schools, but its extremely rare to find the negative. Despite my open-mindedness to hear all the horrible things you have to say, I only expect that you can back it up, That has proved to be extremely difficult for you to do.
No one is forcing anyone to read these posts, if they find it ridiculous or a waste of time, they can simply stop reading them. Reality, you are more than welcome to leave anytime, sorry for taking precious moments of your life that you will never get back. WOAHAHAHA!… But I have the feeling that if you weren’t here, you would have been in some other similar thread with the same attitude.