A. Nony Mouse wrote:
"Being an attorney" is a good start but not a focused career goal.
Mods please edit this or message me if what I'm about to say is not allowed. I can't remember rules.
OP. You have doxxed "your son" (yourself) on two separate forums. You have bigger issues to worry about than this. If you by some reason do manage the appeal and get approved to stay and then somehow graduate and miraculously pass the bar, character and fitness is going to take issue with the fact that you advertise yourself as a Yale graduated practicing attorney (who graduated from law school when they graduated from undergrad. Impressive) all over social media.
I truly empathize that you're in a sticky situation, but the best way to get out is to leave school, get a job, and then revisit it later if you still have a burning desire to be an attorney.
I'm sure it's just someone with similar/same name. I'm not aware of my kid having a Twitter account. I don't want to believe my kid would be that dishonest or stubborn, if you could let me know where you found that info, Nony, I'll give it a check. Thank.
Edit: Oh, reddit. Yes, I did posted something there on the same issue yesterday. UVA, he's not dismissed just yet, I called his school and their Academics people said they don't dismiss without a Dismissal Committee reviewing it first. So we're just waiting on the review team's decision right now.