(orig. published Feb. 8, 2010–the first in a series of four posts about Mr. Gleason)
John Gleason is the director of the Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel. As I’ve mentioned in other postings, this office has brought a string of harassing and groundless disciplinary prosecutions against me over the past three years.
I recently visited the website of John Gleason’s law school, Ohio Northern University Pettit College of Law. I had never heard of it before.
It says, right up front, that half of its enrolled students scored in the 25th percentile on the LSAT! Yikes. I didn’t even know you could GO to law school with a score like that. I mean, why would you even pursue it? It shows you would do better looking to some other field for employment.
And here is this law school effectively ADVERTISING for such students. Could this be why Gleason went there?
And now another possibility comes to mind: I scored in the 98th percentile on MY LSAT. Could this be why Gleason is obsessing about me? Got a little inferiority complex, babe? Got to slap the uppity female down to prove she ain’t so smart?
I never see him litigate anything personally. In fact, I think I’ve set eyes on him only once in my life. He always dispatches Coyle or McMurrey to do the dirty work on me. I found an online posting he made, consisting of only a couple sentences, and it has errors in spelling and punctuation in it.
This is yet another troubling example of the mediocrities who have been put into sensitive positions in state government, wielding great power–and abusing that power. Merit obviously not being the reason Gleason was selected for this position, there must be another. Any guesses?