This should be interesting.
(No, I don’t feel like writing about this anymore. Hopefully the reasons behind that sentiment are obvious enough. If you have no idea what I’m talking about or what AutoAdmit is, here are some posts, in chronological order, to get you all up to speed):
One: The first time I discovered AutoAdmit.
Two: The Washington Post discovers AutoAdmit; I respond, the AA board flips out.
Three: I respond again.
Four: Zuzu explains why this is important.
Five: AutoAdmit’s dude in charge loses his job offer.
Six: No, I had nothing to do with it. Nor with “leaking” the story to the WSJ. Nor with this suit. Still don’t (although I certainly wish them the best).
Seven: AutoAdmit gets itself sued.
Eight: The usual suspects think that female law students are just being whiny.
I hesitate to post this at all, because as far as I know my name no longer comes up on the AutoAdmit boards, and I’d like to keep it that way (also, because my memories of AutoAdmit are not particularly pleasant ones, and I’d kind of like to pretend that the whole thing never happened). But it is news, so there you have it.