Law School Hires Jose Baez To Teach Students

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  1. GirlinCentralFL

    GirlinCentralFL Inactive

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    http://www.wftv.com/news/18551642/detail.html

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    "Casey Anthony's attorney has faced plenty of criticism in the case for forgetting the judge's jurisdiction and for improperly filing court motions. Eyewitness News has now learned Jose Baez has been hired by FAMU law school to teach up-and-coming lawyers."
     
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  3. Insomnia Momma

    Insomnia Momma If not supported by a link it's just what I think!

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  4. PoppyH

    PoppyH Scampii, My Cleaner Shrimp!!

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    Maybee its a class on "What Not to do as a laywer 101"?? Potentual Laywers can REALLY learn alot from that
     
  5. Crabcake23

    Crabcake23 New Member

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    The paralegal degree offered by my local college has courses taught exclusively by practicing attorneys and sitting judges. The classes are at night, so accommodate everyone's schedules. I would suppose that he's going to be doing something along this line.

    When would he have time for this in the near future? Doesn't he have enough with KC's case to worry about?
     
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    Zingo Former Member

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    This is slightly OT but does anyone know if Jose ever participated in the infamous Florida recount in 2000? I saw some video, and I swear it was him inspecting the ballots, looking at hanging chads. I know thousands of lawyers were involved in that. Does anyone know his background? Did he work in Miami ever?

    Thanks!
     
  7. alwaysonmymind

    alwaysonmymind Proud Army Mom

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    He worked in the Miami-Dade Public Defender's office.
     
  8. Tichad3

    Tichad3 Happy to be a Busy-body

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    The next generation just may well be screwed.
     
  9. gibby207

    gibby207 Pooh just is.

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    :eek:

    And, when does he have time for teaching? Isn't this case pretty much full time for him???
     
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    marla Former Member

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA



    What's he going to teach them? :rolleyes:
     
  11. Wise Old Owl

    Wise Old Owl Retired WS Staff & Founding member of AFKBPOFPOPL

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    Yes - he worked in Miami Dade - but that election carp was here where I am in Broward - but I guess it could have been him. Can you find the picture?
     
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    I don't know much about FAMU - but they must be truly screwy. I wouldn't hire this guy to shovel snow off my sidewalk much less teach law.
     
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    It's probably similar to when Lucy Ricardo wrote a novel and a publishing company purchased it to use excerpts in a book called Don’t Let This Happen to You.
     
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    *~Aimee~* A Dream is a wish your Heart Makes

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    FAMU's law school is only provisionally accredited. With the ABA breathing down their necks to determine whether it will become fully accredited, one wonders why they'd invite controversy.

    ETA: When I first read that he was to teach, my thoughts ran to the old adage, "Those who can do; those who can't teach."
     
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    Yeah...they are more like a community college for law school...wait...just like the law school that JB graduated from. Certainly not harvard. Ha!
    Apparently started teaching this semester. I'm sure he is an adjunct and not a full time faculty member....still. very disturbing.
     
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    He has only been an attorney for three years. Licensed in late 2005. I am not sure if they hire unlicensed lawyers. Maybe he worked in another capacity.
     
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    I read the title of this thread and dang near spit Chablis through my nose.
     
  19. MissJames

    MissJames a yellowflutterby changed my life : )

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    It's not April Fools Day yet so this must be for Ashton Kutcher's show "PUNKED" :waitasec:
     
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    MissJames a yellowflutterby changed my life : )

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    :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
     
  21. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    Note to self....get snarky if someone you know asks how you feel about FAMU :waitasec:
     

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