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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by cinnamon synonym on July 24, 2017, 07:57:37 AM »
....Clinton foundation? Done

Trump won.

Draining the swamp...

While media fixates on Russia, trump does what he wants...plus he feeds the story to keep it alive and distract democrats.

It's working...
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H's website claims that 80% of the latest class spent at least a year out of undergrad. Are they receiving a disproportionate number of non-KJD applicants? Or are they hell-bent on limiting the number of K-JDs to 20-25%?
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Law School Admissions / Benefits of retaking with a 3.3 GPA?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 10:10:19 PM »
My personal situation: taken the test three times (10/2015, 09/2016, 12/2016) with the following scores: cancel, 161, 165.

My GPA is in the low 3.3s and I applied this past cycle. Mostly what I'm looking at is schools between 20-40 where I have anywhere between a 25%-75% tuition discount, including at a few schools that seem like good options for myself (UCD: ~75% off, UCI: ~55% off, BU: ~40%) and still waiting to hear back on scholarship reconsideration.

Don't have biglaw goals and am more focused on government work (maybe PI) at least at this point in my life. The amount of debt I am looking to take on for law school is somewhere between $60,000 - $80,000 (obviously less is more attractive) and the aforementioned schools (maybe not entirely BU) would allow me to get around that range. A portion of my COL will be paid for from my modest savings, if those numbers don't seem to fully make sense.
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Hey all, I'm a junior undergrad taking a niche class taught by the former dean of my undergrad's T14 law school. I'm the only undergrad in the class; the rest are law students from every year. The class is offered through the law school. The Professor gave me permission to take the class b/c it deals with the field I've been working in/want to work in, and I had to submit a form to the law school registrar.

I remembered that dual enrollment classes at community colleges during high school affect LSAC GPAs. If I go to law school, will this similarly affect my law school GPA? I'd appreciate any help!
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Law School Admissions / Fall Grades, where do they go?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 10:04:47 PM »
Are they required to be submitted to LSAC? What if you are admitted in the fall vs. waiting for a spring admittance? Do schools ask for them to be submitted directly to them, and not LSAC? If they are submitted to LSAC they will impact LSAC gpa, which might not be great for me.
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Law School Admissions / Re: Are we becoming a banana republic?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 10:02:00 PM »
What happens when the federal government catches a high profile figure in the Democratic Party broadcasting national secrets from a bathroom? The answer is obvious. It launches a massive investigation against another high profile figure that the people put in the White House. The government in the US has got itself into a jam because the free vote didn’t go its way.

After years of importing interlopers from Mexico and several other third world countries the government was unable to complete its apparent mission of creating a new kind of citizen willing to sacrifice personal freedom for government dependence. Unfortunately for the US government there were still enough reasonable people left in the US to vote for a reasonable candidate.

The people are not stupid. They see that there is an effort in education, politics and mass media to deliver free Americans into the hands of a global authority. It’s the same insectoid mentality that prevails in Europe and leaves the people defenseless against the dark, medieval, malevolence of Islamic terrorism. The great American experiment could have met a tragic end if the election had gone the other way.

Surely the American people can see that the losing party and their minions are perpetrating a show-trial investigation against the new president based on McCarthyism and smearing innuendo to weaken the administration. Their actions have now encouraged assassination attempts against the party that won by referring to the loser as the “resistance” which energizes lunatics. This appears to be a conscious and premeditated effort to overthrow the elected leader of the United States by any means necessary up to and including incited violence.

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Law School Admissions / Re: Are we becoming a banana republic?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 10:01:14 PM »
What happens when the federal government catches a high profile figure in the Democratic Party broadcasting national secrets from a bathroom? The answer is obvious. It launches a massive investigation against another high profile figure that the people put in the White House. The government in the US has got itself into a jam because the free vote didn’t go its way.

After years of importing interlopers from Mexico and several other third world countries the government was unable to complete its apparent mission of creating a new kind of citizen willing to sacrifice personal freedom for government dependence. Unfortunately for the US government there were still enough reasonable people left in the US to vote for a reasonable candidate.

The people are not stupid. They see that there is an effort in education, politics and mass media to deliver free Americans into the hands of a global authority. It’s the same insectoid mentality that prevails in Europe and leaves the people defenseless against the dark, medieval, malevolence of Islamic terrorism. The great American experiment could have met a tragic end if the election had gone the other way.

Surely the American people can see that the losing party and their minions are perpetrating a show-trial investigation against the new president based on McCarthyism and smearing innuendo to weaken the administration. Their actions have now encouraged assassination attempts against the party that won by referring to the loser as the “resistance” which energizes lunatics. This appears to be a conscious and premeditated effort to overthrow the elected leader of the United States by any means necessary up to and including incited violence.

Please Help.


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I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


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https://www.debatepolitics.com/general-political-discussion/289185-we-becoming-banana-republic.html


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Law School Admissions / Re: Are we becoming a banana republic?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 03:13:41 AM »
What happens when the federal government catches a high profile figure in the Democratic Party broadcasting national secrets from a bathroom? The answer is obvious. It launches a massive investigation against another high profile figure that the people put in the White House. The government in the US has got itself into a jam because the free vote didn’t go its way.

After years of importing interlopers from Mexico and several other third world countries the government was unable to complete its apparent mission of creating a new kind of citizen willing to sacrifice personal freedom for government dependence. Unfortunately for the US government there were still enough reasonable people left in the US to vote for a reasonable candidate.

The people are not stupid. They see that there is an effort in education, politics and mass media to deliver free Americans into the hands of a global authority. It’s the same insectoid mentality that prevails in Europe and leaves the people defenseless against the dark, medieval, malevolence of Islamic terrorism. The great American experiment could have met a tragic end if the election had gone the other way.

Surely the American people can see that the losing party and their minions are perpetrating a show-trial investigation against the new president based on McCarthyism and smearing innuendo to weaken the administration. Their actions have now encouraged assassination attempts against the party that won by referring to the loser as the “resistance” which energizes lunatics. This appears to be a conscious and premeditated effort to overthrow the elected leader of the United States by any means necessary up to and including incited violence.

Please Help.


Thanks !


I didn't find the right solution from the internet.


References:


https://www.debatepolitics.com/general-political-discussion/289185-we-becoming-banana-republic.html


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Job Search / Shouldn’t developers test their own code?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 01:07:28 AM »
Glen Myers’ book [12] makes the statement, “A programmer should avoid attempting to test his or her own program”. We may have depended on that ‘principle’ too strongly, and built an industry on it, it seems. There are far too many testers who do bureaucratic paperwork shuffling – writing stuff down, creating scripts that are inaccurate and out of date, processing incidents that add little value etc. The industry is somewhat bloated and budget-holders see them as an easy target for savings. Shift-left is a reassessment and realignment of responsibility for testing.

Developers can and must test their own code. But that is not ALL the testing that is done, of course.
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Bar Exam Preparation / How many testers are doing BDD, ATDD or TDD?
« Last post by donnieclark1 on June 23, 2017, 01:05:46 AM »
About a third of the SIGIST audience (of around 80) raised their hands when asked this. That seems to be the pattern at the moment. Some companies practicing these approaches have never had dedicated independent testers so the proportion of companies adopting these practices may be higher.
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