As the astute reader will recall, South Texas was denied changing its name to the Houston College of Law. Well, when life gets you lemons, maniacally shoot them until you've got a puddle of lead-tainted lemonade.
The law school is devising a new name that will honor a benefactor and include the word “Houston” at the end, the Houston Chronicle reports.Dearest Benefactor: Congratulations! You were clearly our second option, but now your name is forever associated with the greatness of a top three [tier] law school! Also, while talking about things that totally aren't shit sandwiches, there's Whataburger coupons enclosed!
While obviously the LSTC is disappointed that Joe Schmoe Law School - Houston rejected its numerous options without even bothering to pay a reasonable hourly rate for top-notch consulting services, the ability to quickly pivot after getting one's clock cleaned in federal court is a high virtue, indeed.
It would be unbecoming for the law school to continue fighting, reconsidering, appealing, etc., all the while continuing to try and lure bait with the old South Texas name - while clearly the school is not in south Texas! It may have worked for 90 years, but doggone it, times have changed for the law school industry.
You have to be innovative, and cooler heads prevailed in (not really) south Texas. As various other law schools have proven, you can run the act with any range of names, including random people no one has heard of, particularly in a large city.
The shotgun lemonade may be sweet, but cashing student loan checks without worrying about paying lawyers absurd amounts that might actually justify student loan investment? So sweet the coma from superhyperglycemic shock will leave a permanent smile on the face