Logical Reasonings / 8.29.16

A. Here are tips for law school success from the folks at some obscure law school named, um, what was it? Oh yeah, Harvard Law School. The Harvard Law Record

B. Lawyers in South Carolina, with the help of students from Charleston School of Law, are seeking civil damages in the Jim Crow-era conviction and execution of a black 14-year old boy more than 70 years ago. ABC

C. Is this pill the fountain of youth? Or snake oil in capsule form? New York Magazine

D. Remember Anthony Weiner, AKA Carlos Danger? His wife Huma Abedin, who just happens to be a top aide to Hillary Clinton, has finally decided to give ol’ Carlos the boot after the bazillionth time he was caught sexting. The Daily Beast

E. Strange times in Norway. Lightning killed 323 reindeer all at once. The Verge

Logical Reasonings / 8.26.16

A. ‘Member how we told you that Trump’s running mate, Indian Gov. Mike Pence, drew law school-related cartoons in law school? Here they are, and we can all agree that it’s good Gov. Pence didn’t quit his day job. The Daily Dot

B. Here’s a nice story about a program that funds soldiers’ law school educations. NW Guardian

C. Actress Charlize Theron let her son dress up as Elsa from Frozen. Some people are upset about that. Ace Showbiz

D. Studies show that a 3-day workweek maximizes worker productivity. Don’t expect your boss to make the 4-day weekend a permanent office fixture anytime soon, though. The Daily Kos

E. You may think saying this to a professor will help you succeed. It will backfire. Slate

Logical Reasonings / 8.25.16

A. The 1L advice is comin’ in hot and heavy. Above the Law

B. Trump running mate Mike Pence went to law school, and there he studied… drawing cartoons? The New York Daily News

C. University of Chicago is having none of your weenie safe spaces. This is college, dammit! Mediaite

D. Coming soon to a job retraining program near you: soccer’s nastiest star, Hope Solo. Slate

E. Well, we’ll never eat a fig again. Huffington Post