clayboy wrote:I visited UCI yesterday with my family and have three take-aways:
1. The first class of 60 students will be the darling babies of the UC system as a whole for their three years. Their experiences will be an essential part of the school's accreditation process, and will be a valued part of establishing the school's enduring infrastructure.
2. The 1L Curriculum they've devised is innovative, demanding, and unique, with a distinctive focus on lawyering skills and analysis rather than case regurgitation, clinical experience built into the second semester, and an International Law class as part of the curriculum.
3. Dean Ortiz reads this board and is watching you right now.
ORLY? O.k., then I have a question for Dean Ortiz: Why did you lie to all of us by telling us that you would "look beyond the numbers for the right fit candidate" and then proceeed to admit nothing but 165+ 3.5+ applicants? No need to answer back, it was a rhetorical question. Answer: To up your selectivity score.