reasonable_man wrote:AffirmativeOffense wrote:I think it is a bad idea to open this law school, but for a reason I think many people here are glossing over.
The legal industry does not need more private law schools charging private school tuitions. If Belmont were a public university charging only 10K/yr to attend, I would not have a problem with it. In fact, I think we need more public universities opening inexpensive law schools to displace schools like Belmont that charge obscene tuition.
I think reasonable_man's argument that since Nashville needs more local talent, Belmont should open up a law school is silly, because it's a private school. If TN thinks it needs more local talent, it is perfectly capable of opening cheap law schools at its public universities.
Learn how to read. I have been arguing, without exception, that it is my belief that Belmont opening a law school is wholly inappropriate and completely unnecesary. What did you do, read a half of a line in a full paragraph I wrote? Nothining infuriates me more than being mis-quoted.
Haha, I did not see this before. Not sure how he could confuse your view on the issues, your pretty much the only one in this thread whose been no-nonsense from the begining about closing every school out there.