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The LSAT is all about analyzing arguments. Here are some shortcuts.

The folks at LSAC are very good at making a tricky test that (in combination with college GPA) correlates to some degree with first-year law school grades. But creative, they ain’t. As you continue studying for the LSAT, you’ll notice that the test uses the same argument structures over and over.

This is good news for you, the studious test-taker.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.20.15

A) Law School Lowdown continues their exploration of argument structures in LSAT Logical Reasoning. US News and World Report

B) You may think legal hiring is all about law school prestige these days, but it’s nothing compared to back in Don Draper’s day. Above The Law

C) A young JD offers firsthand advice on how to get a job on Capitol Hill before law school. If this were 1998, I’d make a Monica Lewinsky joke here. JDCOT

D) I hope I’m not the only one who finds the Silk Road trial fascinating. Because if I am, all you MSS readers are going to get awfully tired of me linking to stuff about it. Here’s a recap of the first week of the trial. TechCrunch

E) SNL is really upping the making-fun-of-Justin-Bieber game. Variety