Thursday, July 26, 2012
55 Year Old CPA With 169 LSAT Sues Baylor Over Admissions Denial, Says His 3.2 GPA Was Earned Before Grade Inflation
Following up on my previous post, Baylor Law School Sends Mass Email With Personal Data on Each of its 442 Admitted Students (Apr. 6, 2012): C. Michael Kamps, a CPA who was denied admission to Baylor Law School, has filed an age discrimination lawsuit agains the school based in part on the improperly released data, claiming that his 169 LSAT was higher than 97% of Baylor's admitted class and that the school failed to take into account the fact that his 3.2 GPA from Texas A&M (Class of 1979) was earned in the days before rampant grade inflation.
- ABA Journal, Suit Claims Baylor Law School Discriminates Against Applicants Whose GPAs Predated Grade Inflation
- Above the Law, Pro Se Filing of the Day: Baylor Law Discriminates Against People Whose GPAs Predate Grade Inflation
- National Law Journal, Baylor's Accidental Doc Dump Provides Grist for Bias Suit
- Tex Parte Blog, Law School Applicant Files Age Discrimination Suit Against Baylor