Logical Reasonings / 6.21.17

A. We are in the midst of a 48-hour flash sale. We’re slashing the prices of qualifying courses in Los Angeles, Orange County, New York and Chicago by $300. Find an eligible course and enroll before this sale is over at 9 am PT on Friday! Blueprint LSAT

B. If you want another way to get a $300 discount on any course, and get some great info on the LSAT or law school admissions to boot, you can register to attend one of the two webinars we’re hosting on Tuesday, June 27. From the comfort of your own home, we’ll guide you through the law school admissions process in the first webinar and the ins and outs of the LSAT in the second. For those who decide that they dig learning about the LSAT over the internet, we’ll also be giving out a $75 discount on the first month of an online LSAT course subscription. Register to attend at the following link. Blueprint LSAT

C. It’s tough out there for the top dogs—lots of firings and threats of firings today. First, Uber’s founder and CEO Travis Kalanick was canned after the ride share company experienced tons of bad press for sexual harassment scandals, contentious relationships with law enforcement, and IP lawsuits with Google. NY Times

D. And after taking two Ls in special elections in Georgia and South Carolina last night (giving House Dems an 0-4 record in special elections since November) the progressive wing of the Democratic Party is wondering if it’s time to move on from the stewardship of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Slate

E. And jobs aren’t even secure in the land make believe, as directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were relieved of their directorial duties on the upcoming Han Solo prequel film, months into shooting. Hollywood Reporter

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48 Hour Flash Sale on Blueprint Classroom Courses Starts Now!

Break out the spandex leotard, headbands, and a sturdy chair, because we’re about to have a Flashdance.

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Wait. Sorry, I’m just getting word that we’re about to have a Flash Sale. These are different. But if your interests are more aligned with getting the best LSAT prep available than with 80s movies about dancing welders, then this should really pique your interest, you maniac.

Logical Reasonings / 6.20.17

A. Pssst … you listening? We have sensitive information here. Tomorrow, we’re starting a 48 hour flash sale on classes in Los Angeles, Fullerton, New York, and Chicago. We’ll be offering $300 off (yes I know that’s a lot but keep quiet we’re trying to be secretive) all qualifying courses starting at 9 am PT Wednesday morning. The sale will only run until Friday at 9 am, so act quickly. Blueprint LSAT

B. Do you want to attend a different course and get a $300 discount the old-fashioned way? Well, you can attend one of the two webinars we’ll be hosting on Tuesday, June 27. Get an intro to the LSAT or an overview of the law school admissions process from a veteran Blueprint instructor. By registering and then attending, you’ll get a $300 discount off our live course or a $75 discount on the first month of an online course subscription. Register to the right! Blueprint LSAT

C. In the torrid world of rap game litigation, the producer of Desiigner’s hit from last year “Panda” alleges that he’s the subject of a copyright infringement claim brought by Future, who allegedly alleges that “Panda” is a wholesale rip-off of “F*** Up Some Commas.” Pitchfork

D. With the Senate Republicans ramping up to pass a health care bill that still hasn’t been made publicly available, Vox asked numerous Senate GOP members why they were so intent on passing the bill. Their answers are … less than clear. Vox

E. It’s so hot in Phoenix that planes can’t even fly. Admit it, you didn’t even know it could be too hot to fly a plane until just now. BBC

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The Logical Rose-ning Section: Your Recap of The Bachelorette, Episode 4

Rachel Lindsay is a practicing attorney who once took the LSAT. And you, dear reader, are an aspiring attorney who will soon take the LSAT. Rachel Lindsay is also an aspiring married person, serving as the Bachelorette on this season of The Bachelorette, the love story these depraved times deserve. And you, dear reader, may also be an aspiring married person? Either way, you definitely have at least a few things in common with Rachel. So every Tuesday, we’re going to be tracking Rachel’s romantic journey on The Bachelorette, and see what we can learn about love, loss, and the LSAT. Welcome to the Logical Rose-ning Section.

Logical Reasonings / 6.19.17

A. If you want to learn all about the LSAT and the law school admissions process, we can think of no better source then experienced professionals. We can think of no better setting to receive this information than the comfort of your own home. And we can think of no better reward than sweet, sweet discounts. So why don’t you register for one (or both!) of the two webinars we’re hosting on Tuesday, June 27. From 11-noon PT, great information on the law school admissions process will be piped straight to your computer, tablet, or phone courtesy. And from 5-6 pm PT, you’ll get a helpful rundown on the LSAT delivered straight to you. And if you register and attend either event, you’ll get a $300 discount off our live course or a $75 discount on the first month of an online course subscription. RSVP now, because space is limited! Blueprint LSAT

B. The Supreme Court today decided to extend trademarks to potentially subversive or offensive names. The plaintiff in this case was a Portland band, but this case is likely to help the most famous and profitable offensively-named company of them all In & Out BJ’s Pizzeria Dick’s Sporting Goods Jiffy Lube the Washington Redskins. LA Times

C. A busy day for SCOTUS, clearly, as the high court has decided to hear a Wisconsin case challenging state representatives’ use of political gerrymandering. Washington Post

D. Elsewhere in legal news, special counsel Robert Mueller just hired former federal prosecutor Andrew Weissmann to join his investigative team. The new guy is especially skilled in “flipping” witnesses. Reuters

E. This weekend, a mistrial was declared in the Cosby criminal case, which Cosby counted as enough of a win to let out the Fat Albert catchphrase … But Cosby still faces a retrial and a number of civil cases against women, so may may may-be don’t celebrate too soon, Bill.