Tag Archive: El Chapo

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Logical Reasonings / 5.9.16

A. Enter now for your chance to win a free Blueprint LSAT summer course! Blueprint LSAT Prep

B. How do law firms retain women lawyers? Why, having women helping women, of course. Bloomberg

C. Law school formerly on life support and declared brain dead looks poised to make miraculous recovery. Above the Law

D. Last week, the Department of Justice sued North Carolina, claiming that the so-called “bathroom bill” violated multiple federal laws. Now North Carolina is suing right back. CNN

E. Heard of this El Chapo character? Well, he’s coming to America… in chains! NPR

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Logical Reasonings / 1.11.16

A. Here’s GoPro video of the raid that took down El Chapo after six months on the run (and a harrowing encounter with actor Sean Penn). ABC News
B. Apparently the deans of law schools don’t really like US News & World Report or the way they do their rankings. Or at least the dean of University of Nebraska — tied for #56 — doesn’t. The dean of Yale might have a different opinion. Bloomberg
C. The Supreme Court appears poised to strike down a California law requiring teachers to pay representation fees to teachers unions they don’t want to join, characterizing it as compelled speech that violates the teacher’s First Amendment rights. Reuters
D. Ohio sheriff collects drugs from police departments in his county, claiming he’s doing so on the behalf of the DEA. The DEA has never heard of him. Raw Story
E. Police departments use big data to calculate a threat score, including what’s on your social media accounts. Watch out. The Washington Post