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« on: August 19, 2007, 09:35:54 PM »
For all those who have read these blogs, do not attend Syracuse University College of Law. This program has refused to deal with this behavior. For Syracuse, it is the crying gang...
It is typically a group that has one of those personalities in it that will not stop with another person. Law school attracts this personality type and incompetent administrators, faculty, and staff allow it continue in the school. The profession is loathe to stop this behavior. It becomes worse. High salaries coupled with new social groups provide a larger network with which to destroy someone. In fact, many will find that those psychpathic personalities are most often helped to the detriment of others. As a group, they live to get around a person and destroy that person. It's a brag.
"F" stands for Felony in every jurisdiction and crossing state lines makes it a federal offense but for law schools it is the "L" word Liability. Law schools do not care what anyone does as long as they are not sued. Go find corporate counsel, the PR group, and the dedicated donors/alums who will stop at nothing to silence all. This may also be known as an internal investigation.
« on: August 18, 2007, 12:50:33 AM »
I do it as a professional courtesy and I would do it for anyone.
This time, however, I do it for a dead man.
His eyes are wandering around a city.
And right on cue, a dirty little group of 'cuse alums begin to secretly sob on shoulders. The crying gang...
Good for Syracuse.
I know my life is not complete until I have destroyed a dead man's kid in front of everyone.
If anyone is keeping score that is one for the dead man's kid.
« on: July 19, 2007, 06:52:31 PM »
Misery loves company especially at $41,000 dollars a year for tuition. This is pretty steep when Harvard Law is only charging $39,325 a year for tuition. Of course, it's more expensive to live in Boston so the costs associated with that are higher.
Are you going to get a Harvard job? No? Well, at least SUCOL's faculty, staff, and administration are getting paid.
Another good question to ask is whether the director of career services will call up a firm downtown so you can work. No? It's been done. I hope those people are contributing to a scholarship fund for everyone else who won't get this kind of help.
It is one thing to be an undergrad at Syracuse and it is quite another to be a law student.
« on: May 20, 2007, 07:19:05 PM »
You do not need to finance the lifestyles of the administration, faculty or staff.
They are well-compensated for what little services they provide to the profession.
« on: May 16, 2007, 09:14:03 PM »
I weep, because I need to do an intervention. First, I hope no one cosigned for your loans. Second, if you are not hired for $135,000 then it is time to consider Maxwell or Newhouse for a second degree. Third, if you are hired then you can play third year while the other little oranges are sweating it out but do not sit around them.
For the 95% who are sitting around with no serious people to help them out, in ten years the college of law may remember that it reflects poorly on the university to have people working in menial jobs and decide it is time to find you a position or tell you that need another form in order to sit for a bar.
Remember, the employment statistics coincide with the grace period on your loans. The office does not break this down into actual positions. In other words, are you waiting tables at Denny's or working as a bouncer? Syracuse could not possibly care less just as long as you check a box and pay up. You did not pay any less for your education.
You know what is great--when the Denny's person passes the bar exam and the $135,000 associate does not pass it.
You are paying too much for this type of incompetence. Ask every alum, how many times it took you to pass the bar exam. 5 times? 3 times? This waxes and wanes.
Go up to career services. Ask whoever is there,"how much are you being paid to sit and do nothing?" If you are the 95% who are not being helped professionally , your response to this person should be,"I want your job."
For whatever reason, this little college of law thinks that it is acceptable to act in this manner. Entire careers are destroyed as a result of this behavior. This is professionally irresponsible, and it is just short of a scam.
We have the worst alumni group in the history of this university. They are an excellent example of corporate psychos. It reflects poorly on our university.
Finally, orange. It is the color of prison garb, and it is beckoning some of those alums. Go sit. I will be the one with the cheshire cat grin, because I know who is going to go. It is only going to take one good polygraph to start the hunt. "F" is for felony. The race is on. Who can find a felony?
« on: May 12, 2007, 02:10:20 PM »
Be prepared to spend a tremendous amount of money on a program that could care less about you. If you are accepted elsewhere you may want to reconsider; however, if you have your heart set on Syracuse then here are some tips: start looking for a position now, do not participate in the externship program with the US Attorneys Office,NDNY, go to Maxwell and get a degree from that school.
Ignore the faculty because they won't fight for you as a student any day. That it is a huge issue, because you are spending too much time, money, and intellect to sit around a faculty that does not give a flying you know what about you.
If you do not graduate with a single honor out the law school but you have degree out of Maxwell you can walk over to Maxwell and they will find you a job. If you do well first year, I would consider transferring to another program. It does work for those who have worked their whole lives to have a legal career.