gcalvin wrote:Looks like anybody on the waitlist is out, since they already have something like 68 accepted and committed, and they were only planning a class of 60 or 61.
Why the @#$% are you people foolish enough to attend a school that will be unaccredited when you graduate??????? Look up the accreditation process on the ABA website. It takes most schools 5 to 7 years before they receive their full accreditation, and even with the high power UC name, Irvine will be lucky and extraordinary
to receive it before then. If you have accepted the offer and made the seat deposit, PLEASE SERIOUSLY LOOK AT WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO DO! Why do you think they are paying you to come there????? Because, when you graduate you will not have graduated from an accredited program. As of April, when I visited, they did not even have their first year curriculum developed and scheduled...THAT IS F@#$%^& SCARY! A group of the supposedly most influential people in law should be able to work out a curriculum within a few months of being together, they have been together for a year already! The administration is living out of boxes and the technology for the classrooms (all four of them) will probably not even be working by August. AND..........What if Chem DIES? He is old and out of shape and could have a heart attack any minute! THEN WHAT? Everyone who got in has the scores to go to much better schools...SO GO!!!!! And get paid the way you deserve when you graduate from a tier 1 school.
A friend who woke up and took a better offer.