Outta The Court, April 2nd, 2019 - Cheating And Academics
Court is in Session!
Criminal lawyers Adam Goodman and Scott Cowan are joined by Barry Davis to shed light on bribery in high end schools.
Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are involved in a case that implicates their involvement in a “cheating scheme” regarding entrance into ivy league schools. Is there truth to the notion that ivy league alumni beget ivy league alumni?
The guys discuss who is at fault in this case. Is the school more to blame than parents who were trying to do the best for their children?
What are the “Legacy Admits?” Adam Goodman explains.
The trio chat about whether the school was duped into believing that the students accepted into high end educational facilities deserved to be there, thus transferring blame elsewhere.
What checks and balances are in place for students found cheating on entrance exams?
The notion that the outrage concerning this story has to do with with wealth of those implicated is discussed.
Scott discusses something called “The Principle of Contract Loss of Chance” law. Its fascinating.
What kind of jail time would Ms. Loughlin and Huffman be facing if found guilty?
All that and more…
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