Logical Reasonings

/ 4.9.18

A. Here’s more proof that there has been a huge increase in applicants with good LSAT scores this year. Law.com

B. The Ninth Circuit ruled today that employers can’t use an employee’s past salary to justify paying men more than women for the same job. The Hill

C. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Ethics Class (file under: Well Why Did You Have to Make That Class So Expensive, Anyway?): A law school grad working as a cashier at Kohl’s was suspended from the Florida bar for stealing $760 from the registers. Miami Herald

D. Apparently the Supreme Court is handing down decisions at a sluggish pace this term. Old people, amirite? Reuters

E. But here’s an alternative explanation for that sluggish pace: the high court’s opinions are getting longer. Empirical SCOTUS

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