redsox wrote:Jeffort wrote:Also, there are rumors of a Saul Goodman cameo as OP's lawyer.
Ha! This is more accurate than you know. The lawyer my dad knows definitely has some Saul-like qualities. I ended up talking to him earlier this week but it just confirmed my hunch that he would not strike the right tone given the circumstances. He said—and, yes, this is an actual quote—"we should go nuclear on those LSAT bastards." If I ever do let him represent me, you guys won't have to tune in to this thread anymore; there will likely be plenty of coverage on ATL. But, unfortunately for those of you who are finding this all so entertaining, I'm not going to use this lawyer's services.
Actually, the lawyer did have some advice that I think is worth following: he suggested that I ask for a copy of the SMIR. If I have a copy of the proctor's report, I'll be in a better position to understand what they're investigating. He said they'll have to disclose it to me at some point, and the sooner I get it the better. I asked for it yesterday. But like almost everything else with LSAC, my requests seem to go into a blackhole. I usually end up talking to someone who won't comment on anything and/or doesn't know anything.