I haven't read most of the recent posts here yet, but will read them later if I have time. Also, btw, I'm a GIRL.
Some of the posts I've skimmed seemed to implicate I was a guy or something.
So I confronted the dude after class. I told him I saw his LinkedIn profile/resume, and asked if that was an accurate reflection of what he plans on using on his resume for law school. He said yes. Then I pulled his hair out, scratched his eyeballs, kicked him in the balls, and gave him a wedgie.
I was kidding.
But really, after he said yes, I told him that it was "inconsistent" with his actual activities in the club, and the reality as he and I both know. As he knows, I was president, etc, blah blah blah. He looked embarassed and said something like "well, I thought we could all put president on our resume, since you know we all participated and whatnot, and technically we could all have tried out for the position, and like you know, I thought you wouldn't maybe mind, like if you could help me a little".
Whatevs. I told him that these kind of inconsistencies could be frowned upon by LSAC/LS Admissions if reported, and they would make any admissions council members wonder why someone would put a false position, regardless of how important it is/isn't during the application process. Guy kinda paled, so I told him that it would be best if he fixes this ASAP.
Checked LinkedIn when I got home and it was gone. Honestly don't know if this means he won't lie on the actual resume/applying to law school....