Logical Reasonings / 6.24.16

A. Missed yesterday’s Law School Admissions webinar? Here it is on the YouTube. The YouTube

B. Things are starting to get interesting. A GOP delegate from Virginia, who is bound by the rules to vote for Trump at the convention, has filed suit in federal court to try to change that. Talking Points Memo

C. President Obama named the Stonewall Inn, site of the Stonewall riot, the first LGBT national monument. CNN

D. Ireland is making a play to reunite with Northern Ireland in the wake of the Brexit vote. Reuters

E. Here’s what you can look forward to if you go into criminal law. (NOTE: Strong language ahead.) Rolling Stone

Logical Reasonings / 6.23.16

A. Tonight! 6 pm PST! Law school admissions webinar. Don’t miss it! Blueprint LSAT

B. Tech companies are hiring law students as summer not-really-associates. The pay is good, and the work is interesting. ABA Journal

C. Today is the “Brexit” vote, in which Brits decide whether to leave the European Union. It looks like other countries may follow suit. The Telegraph

D. The Supreme Court voted to uphold affirmative action as non-violative of the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of Equal Protection. Vox

E. And… a federal district court judge has held unconstitutional Cleveland’s plan to keep protestors away from this summer’s GOP convention. The Atlantic

Logical Reasonings / 6.22.16

A. Tomorrow, join us for a stem-to-stern appraisal of the law school admissions process. It’s a webinar to remember! Blueprint LSAT

B. So, apparently there’s a law school in Texas that changed its name to something suspiciously similar (read nearly identical) to a much more prestigious law school nearby. We wonder why they’d do such a thing. Above the Law

C. Here’s a story that counters the negative law school news drumbeat of the past few years. ABA Journal

D. Converse is creating sneakers with built-in guitar petals because we’ve all been waiting for like fifty years for this already. What took so long? Uproxx

E. Some, erm, less than favorable information about Michael Jackson has come out, seven years after he died. His family denies its veracity. ET Online

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The Ins and Outs of LSAT Score Release

As if taking the LSAT isn’t stressful enough, LSAC has apparently endeavored to make the process of releasing LSAT scores as anxiety-producing and uncertain as possible. It’s as if the evil geniuses at LSAC realize they only have one more chance to toy with your emotions, and are taking full advantage of the opportunity. Here’s a run-down of what to expect (and not to expect) when you’re expecting an LSAT score.