We just had our 1000th hit. That should count for something. Too bad about 900 of them came from me and Butch, checking to see if anyone posted. Anyway, I gotta question for you lawyers out there-you know who you are-this guy in the lab, y’all may have heard me talk about him, tells me he was accepted into Michigan State Law school, even though he has a 150 LSAT (their average is 160). Later he tells me he was accepted as a part-time student. Is this possible/plausible? Do y’all know any part-time students?
What’s my point? This guy in my lab wears a Kobe jersey. I’m sure he thinks he’s the Kobe Bryant of the lab. Like Kobe, he wants to hog the ball, never knows when to feed the big dog, and will NEVER win a championship on his own.
Posted at 12:50 am by Johnny B
|Posted by Michael Gahagan @ 06/03/2005 02:01 AM PDT|
|MSU law doesn’t have an average score of 160 but, other than that, it sounds feasible. MSU does have an evening program and a 150 LSAT score was in the bottom 25 percent of all accepted students in 2002. see link here http://www.ilrg.com/rankings/law/view.php/52. MSU is a third tier school out of four tiers (somewhere between #101-#150) so even with an average score, he could have gotten in, especially if he is a minority, especially if he is black, Native American, or Hispanic.|
|Posted by John Broussard @ 06/03/2005 10:19 AM PDT|
My coworker told me the average score was 160…so I guess I should check my sources. Goes to show what kind of guy he is.