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Logical Reasonings / 11.25.15

A. A dog’s eye view of a wedding, with maudlin music. Bored Panda
B. Monster deals for Black Friday. Don’t forget your old pals here at Blueprint. We could use a new phone. NO TIES, PLEASE. USA Today
C. A professor of law at University of Arkansas, Little Rock is suing his employer under the Freedom of Information Act to get law school admissions data. Awkward times in the break room. Above the Law
D. A Michigan law firm is offering to pay cab/Uber/Lyft fare for drunk revelers on Thanksgiving. MLive
E. Facebook’s AI experimentation is going swimmingly. Fear not. Our future robot masters will treat us as prized pets. Buzzfeed

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Immigration Law and You

Continuing our weekly series on lesser-known areas of the law, I’ll be dedicating this post to immigration law. I’ve been peripherally familiar with immigration law for quite some time. When I was in high school, I participated in team policy debate (yes, I was a nerd even back then). Not to brag or anything, but I’m a national champion (in a homeschool debate league, see above regarding nerdiness), and the topic during my winning year was reforming our immigration policy.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.24.15

A. Now you can play all the video games at once. Thank you science guys. IFL Science
B. A hearing tomorrow could decide whether your fantasy football league goes to jail. Forbes
C. A case of vandalism at Harvard Law School is being investigated as a hate crime. The Harvard Crimson
D. Do you trust US News & World Report to give you LSAT advice? We’ll let you decide. USNRW
E. The ACLU is suing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence for refusing state benefits to Syrian refugees. Talking Points Memo

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Black Friday Shopping List for the Stressed LSAT Taker

With Black Friday around the corner, and the test a mere week later, it’s the perfect time to get some presents for the stressed-out LSAT taker. This list keeps in mind that, by the time they receive their gifts, LSAT takers will still be ramping down from the stress of taking the test while still having low-level stress from knowing that results are waiting for them a week and a half away.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.20.15

A. Missouri mayors sue over new law that makes it harder for them to line city coffers with revenue from petty traffic violations and the like. Huffington Post
B. Check out awesome new images of Pluto and its moon Charon taken by NASA’s New Horizons space craft. Mashable
C. Establishment Republicans are getting very nervous about the prospect of Donald Trump winning the Republican nomination. Talking Points Memo
D. Apparently the Mayflower didn’t land on Plymouth Rock. Thanksgiving is ruined! National Geographic
E. The fallout from the Chipotle E. Coli outbreak continues. Associated Press