Was browsing a JDU thread today, and this thread made me thing of Indiana Tech:http://www.jdunderground.com/all/thread ... adId=78206
Arguably the dumbest law student/now lawyer I've ever met is a Dayton grad. She is a friend of a friend and interned at my office. I could not believe how horrible her work product was. And I could not believe how ditzy she was/is. We stopped giving her work a couple of months. The only stupider law student I've met was a Charlotte School of Law 1L. I truly think she was mentally disabled in some way.
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She couldn't spell basic words and either didn't know how to use or refused to use spell check. She also could not understand what summary judgment is, no matter how many times I tried to break it down for her. And this wasn't a complication MSJ I was working on. There was an obvious, undeniable fact dispute. She simply couldn't get her head around it.
The ABA obviously thinks it's still a good idea to promote an open enrollment policy at law schools. It's non-interventionist attitude in this scam is costing law students and the US government billions. And it's costing the legal profession a ton of credibility. Think of all that student loan debt that will have to get eaten up when Indiana Tech closes down due to lack of accreditation, or when Thomas Jefferson folds. Not to mention all that loan forgiveness coming from these scam schools.
I guess Indiana wants to go the way of Ohio. Indiana needs maybe two law schools at most, and yet they have five. Ohio maybe three, and yet they have nine. What a terrible collection of TTTs we now have forming in the rust belt.