Tag Archive: disabilities

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Logical Reasonings / 8.11.15

A) You can now get our awesome online course for the October 2015 LSAT for the low, low price of $650. Check it out! Blueprint LSAT

B) A federal judge upheld procedures that will make it easier to get disability accommodations on the LSAT. National Law Journal

C) Here are some tips on writing a great personal statement. U.S. News

D) A former intern of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen is suing, saying she worked 50-hour weeks and didn’t get paid. New York Daily News

E) Tomorrow night will be your best chance in five years to see shooting stars. ABC

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Logical Reasonings / 3.27.15

A) Should you reapply to law school next cycle if you’re not happy with your admissions status? Survey says… Above the Law

B) LSAC really doesn’t want to change their disability accommodations. National Law Journal

C) Five habits you can start right now to live a happier life. I’m a sucker for this kind of clickbait. Are you? Muse

D) The Italian Supreme Court overturned Amanda Cox’s murder conviction (for which she had previously been exonerated, then re-convicted). NPR

E) Jimmy Fallon singing with a bunch of Jimmy Fallons. (Note: Do not watch this if you don’t like Jimmy Fallon.) Daily Dot

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Logical Reasonings / 3.16.15

A) How to narrow your list of target law schools using rankings and statistics. US News & World Report

B) The dean at University of Iowa College of Law is downplaying their decision to admit students without an LSAT score. Iowa City Press-Citizen

C) LSAC is still fighting efforts to make it easier for students with disabilities to take the LSAT. Stay classy, guys. National Law Journal

D) Can the recorded words of accused murderer (and HBO star) Robert Durst be used against him in court? Possibly. Will it help the prosecution? Possibly. Wall Street Journal

E) Here’s a sneak preview of all the jokes ripping Justin Bieber in his upcoming Comedy Central Roast. I’d feel bad for him if he weren’t Justin Bieber. Vulture