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A Whistleblower Takes On Charlotte School of Law

, The Am Law Daily

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Will a former Charlotte Law professor's claims finally bring change to the legal education industry?

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  • John D. Horton, flunked out of 2 law schools

    Through the 1960s, wasn‘t it common practice for the First Year Law Professor to tell the freshman class to "look to your left and your right because those people weren‘t going to be back for the 2nd semester"? I think this scene is also in the movie "The Paper Chase." When did the change come when everybody who was enrolled in law school was expected to graduate? Bye the bye: I flunked out of 2 law schools: Oklahoma City University in 1983 after 1 semester and University of Oklahoma in 1986 after 4 semesters. I guess writing blue book exams was not my thing. I got C‘s, D‘s and F‘s in everything except legal research and writing which I got A‘s and B‘s in. I discharged all of my student loans in US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Washington and helped another student debtor to do the same.

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