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Current Law Students / Re: WTF is up with the site?
« on: April 24, 2008, 12:05:56 PM »
These posts are coming from ppl. that have participated in the "on a scale from 1-10 how horny are you" thread.

Go back to the prelaw boards.

Current Law Students / Re: WTF is up with the site?
« on: April 24, 2008, 10:41:21 AM »
If they are merging, I'll be done with this site.  The prelaw board is all crap.

If the stupid site master just said they were in financial trouble, ppl would donate.  However, I DOUBT that is the case.  This site has ads all over it.  Cheap bastards.  Their plan to make more money is going to backfire when ppl. quit coming here.

Current Law Students / WTF is up with the site?
« on: April 24, 2008, 07:28:09 AM »
I mean how long does it take to fix some *&^%?

GULC and GW are going to likely wait until you get your spring grades.  Rock those exams.  Top 10-15% is likely going to be required.

You have to have a cutoff somewhere is what I'm saying.  Just like when you start law school, there will be someone who misses one more point on an exam, but ends up with a grade lower.  That's life dude.

Also, my law school is filled with plenty of great people.  Beats going somewhere where you have to struggle to find a job ;).  I assure you, that if you are at a lower T2, it is going to be much more cut-throat than at a T20.

If you read what I wrote earlier you would see that I think Tiers 1 and 2 should remain.

Nobody's getting riled up.  I simply won't have an argument with someone who hides behind complete anonymity.

I never said the LSAT was a good indicator of success, but coupled with GPA I think it does the job.  You have to have something to level the field and the LSAT does just that.

Anyway, I'm done bickering with you.  I've read your other posts and all you do is come on here and argue.  It is not even clear if you even attend law school and if so, where.

It should mean that, but unfortunately it is not the case.  The AAMC monitors admissions to medical schools, graduation, passing the boards, admission to residency programs, and completion of residency programs....  The ABA has a one-time exam.  Do you see the deficiency here?

Business school graduates and sales people are not equipped with a tool to potentially ruin someone's life.  A licensed attorney can do just that and therefore the profession should require more monitoring.

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