Tag Archive: judge

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Logical Reasonings / 7.24.14

A) There’s more than one way to skin a cat/pay for law school. Above the Law.

B) Next item on the docket: Lawyer v. Racism. Huffington Post.

C) Illinois would like the Supreme Court to check the replay on a recent decision. SCOTUS Blog.

D) Today a judge told Alec Baldwin to “be a good boy from now on.” ABA Journal.

E) The plagiarizing Montana senator just dropped the greatest excuse since “my dog ate my homework.” ABC News.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.16.14

A) There’s nothing wrong with applying to law school. Just make sure you do a few things first. Above the Law.

B) Don’t expect to pay off all your law school debt in your first year on the job. JD Journal.

C) Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has a lot of friends. Wall Street Journal.

D) California’s death penalty is unconstitutional, a federal judge has decided. Los Angeles Times.

E) If you’ve ever seen a movie, you know it can’t be good news that a 260-foot crater has mysteriously appeared in Siberia. io9.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.15.14

A) A student at Washington and Lee Law School is making history. And doing interviews. Huffington Post.

B) A judge tossed a lawsuit brought on by the real-life Kramer. Wall Street Journal.

C) Tracy Morgan is suing Walmart over the wreck that almost killed him. CNN.

D) Being part of a Greek organization can help you in your law school applications. Just leave out the word “paddle.” Law School Expert.

E) Don’t feel bad, dogs. Physics are ruff. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 6.3.14

A) Oy! Here are the UK’s top-ranked law schools, if’n you wanna get your JD across the pond. The Guardian.

B) Watch out, public defenders. Judges in Florida will knock you out. Above the Law.

C) Our relationship status with laws: it’s complicated. Wired.

D) Dan Marino has withdrawn his name from a concussion lawsuit against the NFL, saying the whole thing was an accident. CBS Sports.

E) As if June weren’t an awesome month already, turns out it’s loaded with unofficial holidays. Mental Floss.

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Logical Reasonings / 5.15.14

A) Graduating from law school is a special day. Especially when your boyfriend proposes to you. Huffington Post.

B) Shout out to Diane Humetewa, the first Native American woman to serve as a federal judge. ABA Journal.

C) Aaron Hernandez has been charged with two other murder charges. OK, now he’s definitely not playing this season. CNN.

D) A woman in her 30s was caught pretending to be a sophomore in high school. That’s not going to help her law school applications. USA Today.

E) “Why do lizards die?” All this and more on the one and only Yahoo! Answers. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.26.14

A) Stay out of the law school library, undergrads. Above the Law.

B) A judge in Nebraska is so upset with the way female lawyers dress in his courtroom, he blogged about it. Wall Street Journal.

C) You might want to think twice about marrying a bin Laden. CNN.

D) College sports may never be the same after today’s ruling by the National Labor Relations Board. Voices.

E) Eating at McDonald’s is a poor enough decision. Don’t get a tattoo of the receipt. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.12.14

A) Blueprint LSAT Prep has a brand new website. You gotta check it out! Blueprint LSAT Prep.

B) For the first time since June 2010, the LSAT had an increase in test-takers. LSAC.

C) As always, not every dean was happy with the latest US News and World Report law school rankings. Above the Law.

D) Look out, world. Judge Judy is suing somebody. ABA Journal.

E) The “best of 2013” lists aren’t done yet. Here are last year’s best new fonts. Typographica.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.5.14

A) Good news, Washington DC LSAT test-takers: enrollment at capital-area law schools is above average. Washington Post.

B) Divorce is hard. Especially when part of the settlement is paying half of your daughter’s law school expenses. NJ.

C) Next time you read a disgusting internet comment, remember: It could be a judge who wrote it. Above the Law.

D) The SAT just got a whole lot more difficult. USA Today.

E) We use BuzzFeed links on here all the time, but Conan has a point: they seem to be running out of ideas. Team Coco.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.30.14

A) Let’s talk about what everyone was up to over winter break. Harvard Law School, you go first. The Harvard Crimson.

B) Amanda Knox was found guilty again by an Italian court. Luckily for Knox, there’s pretty much nothing to worry about. Slate.

C) A judge in Florida is now without a gavel after sending the wife in a divorce proceeding a Facebook friend request. Wall Street Journal.

D) No surprise here: Eric Holder says the U.S. will seek the death penalty against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. ABA Journal.

E) Math is hardly ever funny, unless the equation involves cats and owls and the answer is meowls. Mandatory.


Logical Reasonings / 12.3.13

A) A judge has given the OK for Detroit to declare bankruptcy. CNN.

B) Should chimps have human rights? A case in Fulton County might find out. Wall Street Journal.

C) President Obama’s uncle can stay in the United States, says an immigration judge. Boston Globe.

D) Rest in peace, inventor of Doritos Locos tacos. USA Today.

E) This guy’s iPad drawing of Morgan Freeman is way better than your iPad drawing of Morgan Freeman. Digg.