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Nashville School of Law / Re: Professor Lewis' LSAT
« on: January 15, 2005, 11:08:20 PM »
I was told Lewis made a 180 on the LSAT and had to retake it as he was accused of cheating...
took it again and again got a 180. Went to Georgetown. Thank God there are intelligent people who enjoy teaching the law. We have some really high calibur professors!

If the original question pertains to Mr. Lewis' initial LSAT test prior to admission to law school, then (assuming he went to school prior to the early 1990's) he could not have scored 180 because prior to that period, the LSAT scale only reached 48.

This is a petty observation, and the real question is whether he achieved a perfect score at all.  Whether he did so one or more times is immaterial, as he has certainly earned the right to speak, not only from the lectern, but also from the bench as an interim judge (according to the NSL handbook).

Most students have probably realized, (hopefully before taking the LSAT), that the test is not necessarily an infallible indicator of academic or professional acumen.
Below is a link to a well-documented discussion of scandal surrounding the LSAT.  The author's bio cites his undergrad work: "B.S.F.S., International Affairs, Georgetown Univ. School of Foreign Service, 1966"

http://www.apxbothwell.com/publications/articles/law%20review%20article%20002.htm


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Nashville School of Law / Re: NSL is a success?
« on: January 14, 2005, 02:20:20 PM »
correction:

I can see the writing program at NSL is second to none.

Wow, how f**cking clever of you. Good luck finding employment with your non-accredited TTT.

jslick, it's mutual.

HTH losers.

There's no need to prove the employability of NSL grads, beyond pointing out the many fine almumni who have become successful and well-respected attorneys and judges in this state.

Now, Grasshopper, let's consider your inferiority complex, evidenced by your uncontrollable compulsion to cast uninformed juvenile insults.  Your thin skin belies your nagging insecurity, and it's quite amusing (and very boring) to notice how this petty shlt agitates your reptilian excuse for a mind.

We know that you cannot help but reply.  However, don't expect a return reply from me, since my thread ends here.

Flamesuit ON

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Nashville School of Law / Re: NSL is a success?
« on: January 14, 2005, 12:36:35 PM »
I can see the writing program at NSL is second to none...

Yawn... you bore me... zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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Nashville School of Law / Re: JJ at NSL
« on: January 14, 2005, 11:54:01 AM »
Jeffjoe, maybe it would help if you were to broadcast an invitation to the board via TWEN's mailing feature.

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Nashville School of Law / Re: JJ at NSL
« on: January 14, 2005, 11:49:59 AM »
ome find this forum the ideal place to be gratuitously insulting and vulgar.  It is becoming an unpleasant place to visit.
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There's always television, but wait, that's gratuitously insulting and vulgar too.
How about a bar?  Nope.
How about the mall?  Nope... same old crap.
Church?  It's all there; just below the surface.  Church is one of the best places to find the worst form of vulgarity and insults: hypocrisy.
I have it: sports!  Oops. 
How about just spending time with the sig-other?  On 2nd thought...
Torts book?  Nope... lots of vulgar case topics there.
Contracts?  Nope... consider the vulgar, conscience-shocking case of Fiege v. Boehm.
Legal Writing?  Nope... it is the root of vulgar comments.

I think there's a rocket with a vacant seat leaving for Mars.


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Nashville School of Law / Re: NSL is a success?
« on: January 14, 2005, 11:32:19 AM »
The fact that I am not wanted here is exactly why I will stay HTH
A'heh heh hehe... that thar lil ol' chicken hawk aint got no manners nor commin cents nowhow.  Heh heh heh... looky how he done got all UPset an' went off mistookin' we'uns fo' sumbuddy what give a *&^% 'bout his lil ol' joovinahl commints... heh heh heh.  He sho nuff got his ol' tail feathers in a big ol' mess.

Fo shore he gone come bak real soon wif mo pithy commints whut we'uns don't pay no mind to nohow.  Leas'ways we'all kin have a good laff on his account.  Hyuk hyuk hyuk..

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Nashville School of Law / Re: NSL is a success?
« on: January 14, 2005, 01:05:47 AM »
I am not happy with NSL at all. I am going to transfer to Concord.


Yawn... perhaps there you will come up with an original thought.

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Nashville School of Law / Re: Appellate brief
« on: January 13, 2005, 03:20:26 PM »
Now mind ya'll, ah din't say ah lahk or dislahks the perFISSer... just'n that ah do b'leeve we'all done musta lernt SUMPIN' bout leeghul rahtin' whut we din't alriddy no 'bout. 

An don't fergit... sum folks ayn't had no leeguhl bakgroun' or nuffin nohow, an ah KNOWS they'all mussa lernt SUMPIN usefulll.  We ayn't 'speckted tuh be ol' experts or nuthin'... jus 'spekted tuh know how'ta git 'roun in thuh liberry, and most'all do sum thankin' an cipherin' and stuff lahk at.

Oh yah, an 'speckted tuh git drunk now'n agin!

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Nashville School of Law / Re: NSL is a success?
« on: January 13, 2005, 03:13:43 PM »
I'm happy with NSL. We are extremely fortunate to have such a school.  I have a cousin elsewhere who can't go to law school because the local choices are too expensive, or don't provide night course, etc.

We all know the profs aren't at NSL for the money.  I think it's very disrespectful and irresponsible for anyone to go to class completely unprepared, and with no good excuse.  Yes, I've done that myself.

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Nashville School of Law / Re: Appellate brief
« on: January 13, 2005, 03:05:12 PM »
Thuh ol' gal, ah say, the ol' hen probly knows more'n we'all think she duz 'bout teechin rahtin' an' stuff lahk at.  Ah unnerstan she done tawt that ol' korse befo... up ta ol' PENN state or sumpin' lahk at. 

Ah knows one damm thang: we'all's lernt more'n we'all node at the ol' kick-off back in septimbah.

SHOOT!  Ah bet thar ayn't nary a one in class what aynt better off now... least in sum way or tuther.

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