Florida Coastal has some shit-stained admissions numbers. But it's about to polish that shit-stain to a lustrous shine.
[T]he Jacksonville law school says it has introduced stricter admission requirements.At this thunderous pace, Florida Coastal will rival Harvard in a mere four more years.
For admissions, the law school plans to raise its minimum LSAT score by almost 7 points, the Florida Times Union reports.
But of course it comes with noble sacrifices.
Scott DeVito, the law school’s dean, told the newspaper that some elective classes have been cut to focus more on bar preparation and law practice schools. [sic]Finally, a law school that's going to teach students how to be prepared to practice law. It only took a a century and a half, but finally one of them cracked the code. This will be like installing nuclear powered crack cocaine in the Million Dollar Express's boiler.
“Our classes are shrinking based on that,” he said. “We want a core set of classes that are rigorous enough to really teach students how to be prepared to practice law.”
Infilaw might get a lot of flack, but you know what? They're trying. They're learning. And in like five years, you're going to regret making fun of them. They might be puny now, but they're chugging milk. Swimming in the stuff. No lactose intolerance here. They're going to kick. your. ass.