Tag Archive: 2016 Presidential Election

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Logical Reasonings / 2.1.16

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B. Human gene editing is now legal in limited, research-only circumstances. Great idea, or slippery slope to a brave new world? CBS News
C. The 2016 Election has officially begun with the kick off of the Iowa Caucuses. Who will win? Who will lose? Are you not amused? CNN
D. Police in the Netherlands have trained bald eagles to fight drones. Video footage. Sick, bro. New York Daily News
E. Chronic pot use makes it harder to remember… ummm… what’s the word I’m looking for here? Oh, yeah! Words! It makes it harder to remember words in middle age. Philly.com

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Undergraduate/Graduate School Breakdown of the 2016 Presidential Candidates

The 2012 presidential election pitted two Harvard Law grads against each other: Barack Obama ’91 and Mitt Romney ‘75. Perhaps deepening the Ivy League rivalry, it seems that the Democratic Party will opt this year for a Yale Law grad, Hillary Clinton.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.6.15

A. How has law school changed over the decades? Above the Law

B. The lawsuit that could change Uber forever. The Verge

C. Harvard Law professor officially drops out of the 2016 Presidential race. The Crimson

D. We can’t help but LOL at “Love Your Lawyer Day.” Above the Law

E. This dog’s day is worse than yours. Mashable

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Logical Reasonings / 10.21.15

A. Joe Biden officially announces that he will not join the 2016 Presidential race. Politico

B. Hillary Clinton’s reaction to Biden not running for President (according to the internet.) Buzzfeed

C. Jennifer Rosato Perea shares her experience as a Latina Law School Dean. NBC News

D. Infringement lawsuit against Jay Z’s ‘Big Pimpin’ is dismissed. Los Angeles Times

E. Happy ‘Back to the Future’ Day! CNN

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