Logical Reasonings / 2.21.18

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B. Yale Law’s Federalist Society might need a refresher on the doctrine of “too soon.” Above the Law

C. The Trump Administration may make it harder to discharge student loans through current programs like Public Service Loan Forgiveness programs, but may also be making it easier to discharge student loans through bankruptcy. Wall Street Journal

D. Welp. Jeffrey Standen, the former dean of Northern Kentucky University Law School, had to resign after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment. But now he’s back as the highest paid professor on the faculty. You gotta give it to Northern Kentucky Law for messing up both sexual misconduct and wage discrepancy in fell swoop. Cincinnati Enquirer

E. Attorneys for Brendan Dassey — one the subjects of Netflix’s Making a Murderer — have filed a writ of certiorari with the Supreme Court, asking the high court to review the 7th Circuit’s decision to uphold Dassey’s murder conviction. ABC 2 WBAY

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