Tag Archive: law professor

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Logical Reasonings / 5.15.12

A) A rookie in the NFL is quitting football so that he can go to law school. It makes more sense when you find out he was drafted by the Cleveland Browns. Yahoo! Sports.

B) Did Texas lethally inject an innocent man in 1989? Guilty, says one Columbia Law professor. Huffington Post.

C) When tweeting about your crummy job, remember that your higher-ups might read it and fire you. If you are the higher-up tweeting about your crummy job, you probably deserve to get canned. Wall Street Journal.

D) According to a recent poll, half of Americans think Facebook is a fad. The other half said they believe the site will be around forever, so if you could spare any FarmVille resources, that would be great. Caller.

E) If these horses could type, they’d type FML. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 5.10.12

A) Looks like law school grads in Canada are having a tough time finding jobs, too. But they’re all so gosh-darn nice! CBC.

B) Just when you start to worry about the law school landscape, a Loyola law professor says now’s the best time to go. Above the Law.

C) Twitter takes a stand (or at least gives stands a #FF). CNN.

D) A Russian weather satellite has snapped the highest resolution photograph of Earth ever. It’s pretty cool. Gizmodo.

E) This Mother’s Day, give your mom something she’ll really enjoy. Like a scented pancake necklace. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.21.11

A) Even law school readings won’t prepare you to review 65 million documents for one case. Above the Law.

B) Correlation and causation get confused again, this time in the realm of marriage. Shine.

C) Lincoln Memorial University’s new law school is still struggling to get ABA approval.
The Chronicle

D) A former law professor supports jury nullification — at least in cases concerning marijuana. ABA Journal.

E) Seventeen movies to get excited for in 2012 (Breaking Dawn Part 2 unfortunately didn’t make the cut). The Atlantic.