Now imagine a law school where you go to that same property class and it's just 19 other people. Not just in your section, but in the entire class. You'd get the exact same hands-on attention you got in high school geometry! If you went to a podunk high school in western Nebraska! Justice!
Ladies and gentlemen, I present Indiana Tech:
“We would like to have 20 students in the incoming class, and that’s what we’re shooting for.” As an added enticement, the university is giving 100-percent scholarships to every single student enrolled there next year.Top 5%? Shit, you can be the entire top 5% by yourself! Try doing that trick at Harvard.
“It shows the university’s and the board of trustees’ support for the law school and their belief in the law school, and we hope that’s going to incentivize students to stay,” Cercone said.
If people want to criticize cheap and risky, so be it. A test and some penicillin cost way less than thirty years of alimony payments. One of two things is going to happen - either the school will make it and you'll all be rich lawyers or the school will fail pronto and you'll all get a closed school discharge. If you're in the region and want to take a year's vacation rappin' it with 'dre, it's like a no-lose proposition here. Take out the max and live large in Fort Wayne. Makes me wish I didn't already have my golden ticket, or I'd be on the next bus.
While I'm at it, is there an Infilaw angle here? There's no better place for a repositioned crown jewel than Fort Wayne, Indiana, you know...