Above the Law:  “Belmont University in Nashville was planning to start a new law school. . . . I asked: ‘

[H]ow colossally dumb are the people who sign up for a Belmont law degree next year?’ . . . from the ABA Journal:

“It’s not unusual to see graduates of top 25 law schools … working as clerks in department stores to make enough money to volunteer at night,” offering their legal services at clinics and other resume-boosting activities, . . . Law school students are at the bottom of everything and impacted by everything.”