Post: West Coast School of Law has been treated unfairly
Posted by Student Eric M. on 8/11/09
To anyone who might be wondering, Mr. David Stallings,
Dean of the West Coast School of Law, ran an outstanding
program that provided an economic and independent means
for intelligent adults to earn a law degree and license.
Mr. Stallings himself is a model of how it can and should
be done. I devoted three years to his program and passed
the Baby Bar on the first try. So Mr. Stallings and his
School must have been doing something right.
It is an absolute disservice to current and future law
students that the State Bar has revoked the school's
approved status so abruptly and summarily as it has done.
It is especially unfair to prevent current students like
myself from now completing the four years of study
required to take the Bar exam; not to mention the hardship
it must cause Mr. Stallings and his family to have his
business shutdown like this.
Mr. Stallings, if you are reading this, I would be happy
to provide you with any student testimonial or letter of
reference you might require to assist you in regaining
approved status with the CA State Bar Office of
Admissions. I also wish you the best in recovering from
your recent stroke and pray that our State Bar will
endeavor to treat you more humanely and fairly. In my
opinion you are a great attorney and an educational
visionary. Best wishes to you and your family.
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