NBD, really, except the article pointed out that she’s not the first reknowned printed-word miscreant to gain entry into Georgetown Law. Stephen Glass, who The New Republic booted after they discovered he had fabricated quotes, sources, and even events for articles he wrote between 1995-1998, graduated LAW `00.
Newsweek found that Georgetown Law’s acceptance policy is lenient when it comes to sinners of the print:
Applicants can submit supplemental essays to explain themselves to the admissions committee, says Dean of Admissions Andrew Cornblatt. “It’s impossible to get amnesia about what we may have heard,” he says. “But in all cases we treat them just like any other applicant.”
I guess James Frey knows where to go if he ever feels like getting his JD.