American Bar Association

CSU’s law school graduates have some of Ohio’s lowest 1st time test passing scores under Lee Fisher as dean and Harlan Sands as president

CLEVELAND, OH – In 2018 John Marshall School of Law Dean Lee Fisher was bragging in a news release posted on Cleveland State University’s (CSU) website that the law school’s passage rate of 88 percent was the highest in the state.  Fisher was quoted as follows: “Today we appreciate the rising success of our law school, as also evidenced by our recent 14-point increase in our U.S. News national ranking, the 4th largest increase of any law school in the nation.”  Although “disclosure” is an American Bar Association accreditation “standard,” Fisher wasn’t as public about the law school’s test scores being…

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Pfizer’s CEO, a veterinarian, wants the world to believe he received both his CoVid vaccine shots within 5 days instead of the recommended 21 to travel to Israel

CLEVELAND, OH – On March 7, 2021 the Jerusalem Post published a story written by “staff” that Pfizer Chief Executive Officer Albert Bourla’s trip to meet with officials of the government of Israel was cancelled.  The Greek immigrant veterinarian who leads the CoVid vaccine manufacturing pharmaceutical company had not received his second vaccination shot. Animal doctor Bourla made the “no second shot yet” announcement on March 5, 2021.  On the day of his announcement the Daily Mail of the United Kingdom or Great Britain was reporting that he’d received his first CoVid vaccine injection with his wife in New York.…

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