ATL Mocks Columbia Law School Student’s Method for Starting a Study Group

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Isn’t English rich enough to provide ways to mock something that don’t refer to women’s genitalia?

Since when is “douchetastic” a word?

-Darren Rosenblum

P.S. This is not an endorsement of the    student’s methodology for finding a study group!   It’s a critique of    the lack of creativity on ATL’s part.

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1 Response to ATL Mocks Columbia Law School Student’s Method for Starting a Study Group

  1. Katherine Franke says:

    Darren – none of us likes to see our school or students figure in a story at ATL. Crikeys !!

    One oddly perverse thing about this story – as I recall, undergrad grades tend to be a better predictor of performance on Law School exams than LSAT scores – so maybe this student, while a bit neurotic, is using the best filter to select study group-mates!

    Katherine Franke

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