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The Intersection of Fantasy Football and Practicing Law

Continuing our series on relatively obscure areas of law, this post is going to focus on gambling law—specifically, the laws related to daily fantasy sports leagues. This topic has been in the news a lot fairly recently, and it has led to some high-profile class actions. Also, choosing this topic gave me a relatively easy way to mention the fact that I’m in the playoffs of both of my fantasy leagues. Yup, I’m kind of a big deal.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.24.15

A. Now you can play all the video games at once. Thank you science guys. IFL Science
B. A hearing tomorrow could decide whether your fantasy football league goes to jail. Forbes
C. A case of vandalism at Harvard Law School is being investigated as a hate crime. The Harvard Crimson
D. Do you trust US News & World Report to give you LSAT advice? We’ll let you decide. USNRW
E. The ACLU is suing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence for refusing state benefits to Syrian refugees. Talking Points Memo

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Logical Reasonings / 11.18.15

A. Well, that’s one way to get out of taking your law school finals. Above the Law
B. Fantasy football leagues push back against New York AG. Boston Globe
C. Yale’s president writes super-long email to student protestors. Read it word for word, people. Mic
D. The world’s 50 best bars. Memorize this list ASAP. Forbes
E. Zoolander 2… Zoolander-er? Slate