I still say sue.
And now I feel all violated ... . Does anyone else feel like LSD is less of a safe place? I mean, not that I've said anything I'd regret, or that i wouldn't say in real life ... but I just don't like that the schools have the power to find something they don't like and MAIL IT TO OTHER SCHOOLS.
It's truly unfortunate if future applicants can't get valuable info from boards such as this and LSN because people don't want to give out specific info. Other than these boards, all we have is the law school boilerplate (they don't have cut offs, they look beyond numbers...etc). I was a splitter and frequently offered support to other splitters as well as specific info on how I approached the application process. I don't know if I would have offered that info had I believed that schools would potenitally use it against me.