Case Western Dean falls off his (leather) rocking chair

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Case Western Dean falls off his (leather) rocking chair

Postby justonemoregame » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:59 pm ... .html?_r=0

When your entering class size was 236 in 2010, but 154 in 2012, you get moody. You also get moody when your school lies just outside Tier 1 status, and the reasons why students shouldn't pay you $46,000 per year are now easily googleable.

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Postby typ3 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:56 pm

Yawn. Nothing like listening to career bureaucrats and academicians bloviate about people's life long 40 year careers in law. These highly-educated fraudsters who don't know a court room from a coat room and have never had to help an actual client with actual legal problems. The least they could do is be honest with the facts, but that would require they deal with reality. Reality and academic babble mix like oil in water.

"I could teach an eighth-grader in twenty minutes how to brief a case. Yet for all three years in most law schools the casebook method of learning the law is still in. The matriculating young lawyer is as qualified to represent a client with the education he has suffered through as a doctor who has never seen a patient, who has never held a scalpel in his hand and who learns surgery by having read text books about it and becomes skilled in surgery, if ever, after having stacked up piles of corpses who represent his pathetic learning process."

Gerry Spence

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