It Fs up our entire profession having people like the OP in it.
This... I mean... What can even be said about this comment? It's golden.
Also, I'm now convinced that not only are you flame, but that you must not be in law school yet. You couldn't have sat through even a month of law school and think that what you're saying is anything but tripe. You're comparing the OP's "LSAC misconduct" to legal malpractice... I mean, no matter what you want to say about the kid's judgment, that comparison is just absolutely gaga. It's nonsensical. It's not even crazy; it's just meaningless. (And it requires just absolutely wild extrapolations about his "moral character," into which none of us has any meaningful insight... but in any event is neither here nor there, because the whole thing is just such a gobbledygook proposition.)
So anyway, you're a 0L, which makes calling the law "your profession" just that much more awesome. (Or, to be fair, maybe you just have no idea how to express yourself. If you're not a 0L but are in fact a TTT 2L with Asperger's, I apologize.)
If nola thinks it's okay to write fake letters and forge names, then yes, this behavior will lead to censure and possibly disbarment. This is not uncommon. The fact that you don't know this is scary. I'm not sure why you're have a difficult time understanding this. Have you taken legal ethics?
As for LawDog, he's talking out his ass about fingerprinting, using words he doesn't understand while refusing to admit he doesn't understand them, and claim that we, as future lawyers, should be trying to figure out how to get nola off the hook. That's F-ing absurd. And if you think it's not, you should probably go into practice with LawDog. That would make one hell of a law firm.
I'm done with this thread. Your comments have been preserved and anybody who cares to read them can.