The Charlotte School of Law, along with other "for profit" legal institutions, is an experiment gone wrong. The profit goal of the law school versus the desire to develop future great lawyers is simply diametrically opposed to itself.
Now, the law school has turned out some great, young attorneys. I have met them. Unfortunately the fact that a disproportionate number of graduates are forced to work the bowels of the legal system in document review is a result of the current marketplace. What will likely happen here in Charlotte and throughout the state is that more and more graduates unable to be hired by already established law firms will simply go into their own practice. This will likely lead to sub-par legal representation, as these young lawyers are forced to learn on the job. In addition, the existing firms will see their chargeable rates drop, as they have to compete with the new firms.
I would likely recommend that unless somebody has a true passion for the law, choose another profession.
The disparaging of Charlotte School of law, Cooley or any others is a bit childish and immature. Unless you attended Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Chapel Hill or some other within the top 10, politely shut up! Were you cum laude? Were you law review? Probably not, if you have time to hide behind a moniker and insult others based upon where they went to school or based upon some "KKK" backward theories of race. It is amazing the top lawyer in this country-the attorney general of the United States of America, is a negro! I wonder where he went to school? Really, who cares???