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Logical Reasonings / 5.18.16

A. Without editorializing, here’s a list of the law schools with the highest percentage of unemployed recent graduates. Above the Law

B. Donald Trump released a list of 11 white people he’d nominate to the Supreme Court, one of whom has relentlessly bashed him on Twitter. In case you’re wondering, there is no other list. The Hill

C. The verdict is in: Spiderman is the most popular comic book superhero. Namor the Submariner could not be reached for comment. News Everyday

D. George Zimmerman, unrepentant sack of garbage that he is, appears poised to make nearly $140,000 off the gun he used to kill unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin. This comes just days after taunting Martin’s parents. Seriously, can someone please hurl this a-hole into the sun? CNN

E. Were you on LinkedIn four years ago? You may want to change your passwords if you haven’t since then. US News & World Report

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Logical Reasonings / 5.17.16

A. A federal judge has blocked part of a Kansas voter ID law. Opponents of the law argue that it’s a thinly veiled attempt at suppressing the vote. Talking Points Memo

B. Here’s what America’s law school deans think about the current state of law school and admissions in America. Spoiler alert: it ain’t pretty. Above the Law

C. Donald Trump has filed a financial disclosure claiming to be worth $10 billion. He still refuses to release his tax returns. Reuters

D. In more depressing election 2016 news, a surprising number of people are using their obituaries to complain about the candidates. THEIR OWN OBITUARIES. The Week

E. New evidence has set free a man who spent 19 years — nearly half his life so far — behind bars. Huffington Post

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Logical Reasonings / 5.16.16

A. From drugs and prison to being clean and graduating law school, Chris Poulos is an inspiration. MPBN

B. Continuing what seems to be a policy of restraint in taking controversial cases ever since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, which resulted in a 4-4 liberal/conservative split, the Supreme Court has sent an Obamacare case back to a lower court with the directive that the parties come to a compromise. CNN

C. Are you a college student who doesn’t have enough reading to do? Here are some intellectuals with books you must — must! — read before graduation. The Daily Beast

D. Ever wonder what people are more likely to die of in any particular state? Of course you do! Not surprisingly, it’s drug overdose in Appalachia. PBS

E. Some tourists tried to steal a bison. Daily Kos

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