desertlaw wrote:Even if you could forge a transcript, wouldn't it have to be the unofficial one if you wanted to use it for OGI, because that's the one firms saw? And doesn't have to be uploaded through Symplicity by the actual law school? Stealing official transcript paper/watermark/stamp/seal only seems valuable for the when the official one is needed, like at graduation or in place of the unofficial one. So I don't think he stole anyone's OGI interview.
From talking to some upperclassmen, I think the idea is that he faked the unofficial transcript uploaded to Symplicity, and then the firm requested a confirming official transcript. Not sure about whether the law school uploads the Symplicity transcript but the person I spoke to seemed to believe that it would have been pretty easy to fake the Symplicity one because its an electronic document, and one could redact and replace the grades with a program as simple as Adobe Acrobat.