One of the few law schools not handed instant accreditation by the ABA opened its doors to 182 students who watched too many episodes of Boston Legal. I’m sure it will prove more useful than the education they are about to receive.
University of Massachusetts Law School plans to spend over 13.8 million dollars to try and convince the ABA to give it accreditation. Here’s an idea: Why don’t they just call India and ask how much the ABA expects for a bribe? Might be easier, and the number might be lower than the 13.8 million they are about to spend. That way, they can use more of their suckers students money for inflated salaries.