bergg007 wrote: SMU is a very good school but this forum makes me wonder about the experience I would get as a member of the student body. If this is the kind of discourse one could expect in the classes and amongst the students, I would be worried for anyone who does matriculate.
Thanks for helping me with my law school decision.
As many people prior have pointed out, SMU's student body is somewhat self-selecting in that they want to study business law. Thus, it makes sense that they out-place peer schools in that regard and have lower numbers for clerkships, etc. Yet, you somehow think you can extrapolate that principle to explain why another regional school in Atlanta would outplace SMU in its own market in a field (business) where it clearly excels. That is stupid. Thank god you're not going there next year as the rest of us 0L would likely have to put up with 4 months of drabble as you tried to explain your circular reasoning to the rest of the class.
Also, you're an idiot not because you're a moronic mormon who goes to a school where it's illegal to have a body piercing, or any other ad-hominem suggestions. You're an idiot because you cling to a poorly constructed argument that, when faced with a statistical evidence, falls to pieces. ps. Jimmer sucks.