Sunday, August 5, 2012
More on the 55 Year Old CPA's Age Discrimination Suit Over Baylor's Admissions Denial Despite His 169 LSAT
Following up on my previous posts (links below) on the age discrimination lawsuit filed by C. Michael Kamps, a 55 year old CPA who was denied admission to Baylor Law School despite his 169 LSAT. Mr. Kamps alleges that Baylor improperly failed to adjust his 3.2 GPA from Texas A&M (Class of 1979) for the effects of rampant grade inflation.
Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:
- Baylor Law School Sends Mass Email With Personal Data on Each of its 442 Admitted Students (Apr. 6, 2012)
- 55 Year Old CPA With 169 LSAT Sues Baylor Over Admissions Denial, Says His 3.2 GPA Was Earned Before Grade Inflation (July 30, 2012)