Tag Archive: funny

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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 / 11.4.15

A. You should probably stay away from Chipotle for a while. ABC News

B. Harvard Law students demand for changes to their school seal.
The Wall Street Journal

C. A round of applause for these law-themed Halloween costumes. Above the Law

D. Jerry Heller is not pleased with his portrayal in Straight Outta Compton. Inquisitr

E. Is Drake the most memeable rapper? Buzzfeed

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Logical Reasonings / 11.3.15

A. Is Harvard Law’s “Free the Law Project” a step in the right direction? Bloomberg BNA

B. Thirty Yale Law students are stricken with a stomach bug. NBC Connecticut

C. Your law-trivia question of the day. Above the Law

D. GoPro and Polaroid are involved in a lawsuit over similarly shaped cameras. Forbes

E. Your quarter-life crises as children’s rhymes. Bored Panda

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Logical Reasonings / 11.2.15

A. Notable law school representatives have responded to the New York Times article that harshly criticized graduates’ job prospects. New York Times

B. Deciding if your LSAT score is too low. U.S. News

C. Taylor Swift is hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit. Will she “shake it off?” CNN

D. A recent study shows that nearly half of college students are afraid to speak up when their peers disagree with them. Chicago Tribune

E. The cutest Stromtrooper we have ever seen. Mashable

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Logical Reasonings / 10.30.15

A. 13 dogs who look just like the 2016 Presidential candidates. Ruff. Buzzfeed

B. U.S. senators take on law schools for graduates’ unemployment rates. Bloomberg Business

C. The producer of Quantico is facing a lawsuit over the concept of the hit TV show. Deadline

D. A not-so-accurate lip reading of the Democratic Debate. Bad Lip Reading

E. No Halloween costume will beat Ellen Degeneres’. USA Today

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Logical Reasonings / 10.22.15

A. Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi Hearing quickly turned into a shouting match. New York Times

B. Northwestern Law School received $100 million Pritzker gift. Chicago Tribune

C. The recent spike in law school applications could lead to tougher competition for admissions. The Daily Campus

D. Failed the Bar Exam? Now what? Above the Law

E. Is it possible to love anything as much as this Shiba Inu loves digging holes in the sand? Mashable

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What Would ‘Always Sunny’ Characters Get on the LSAT?

For this installment, let’s talk about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the beloved and depraved FX sitcom following a rag-tag group of ignorant, self-absorbed, morally bankrupt bar owners in the City of Brotherly Love.

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Logical Reasonings / 10.20.15

Democratic candidate, Jim Webb, drops out of the Presidential race. Huffington Post

This may be the most obscene Appellate Opinion ever written. Above the Law

Examining constitutional violations at the New Orleans’ district attorney’s office. New York Times

Necessary reading about law school’s Gainful Employment initiative. Huffington Post

A Friends spinoff is finally here; starring hamsters. Mashable

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What Would ‘Seinfeld’ Characters Get on the LSAT?

It’s time for the latest installment of What Would They Score on the LSAT, the Peabody-winning* series in which we speculate on what scores your favorite celebrities and fictional characters would get if they took the LSAT.

Today, I’d like to open up the vault and go back to a television classic: Seinfeld, the show about nothing. Seinfeld follows the wacky antics of four amoral New Yorkers – Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer. But then, if you don’t know that, Jerry might have a thing or two to say to you, because Seinfeld was the #1 show for 41 years* and has had a huge influence on television ever since.

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If Law Schools Were “Harry Potter” Characters

Let’s be honest: Who hasn’t spent some time thinking about what character from Harry Potter each law school would be? What’s that – you haven’t? Well, luckily for you, I’m here with the comprehensive list of which character corresponds to each school. (For a completely arbitrary reason, I decided to look at only the top 10 schools. I apologize in advance if I insult anyone; don’t take it personally.)

1. Yale—Dumbledore

This is a pretty easy choice. Dumbledore is probably the wisest character in the Harry Potter universe. And he is a professor. Yale is the consensus number one school in the nation and it recruits the most impressive students, many of whom end up going into academia and becoming professors (see the parallel?).