Tag Archive: law school enrollment

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Logical Reasonings / 2.18.14

A) We know law school enrollment numbers have been down across the board. Here’s where it hit hardest. Above the Law.

B) Who would want to be a Supreme Court justice when you have to decide on such hot-issue debates like, “Is Chicago-style pizza actually pizza?” ABA Journal.

C) Yikes. Montana prosecutors have been ignoring rape cases on the basis that “boys will be boys.” Los Angeles Times.

D) Oh, cool. A “potentially hazardous” asteroid buzzed by Earth last night. Raw Story.

E) Someone found a grainy video of Chris Farley unveiling his Matt Foley motivational speaker character — the comedy equivalent of discovering the Arc of the Covenant. Splitsider.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.18.13

A) Next year’s US News and World Report law school rankings might have a few shakeups. ABA Journal.

B) To stave off low enrollment numbers, law schools are getting creative. KARE 11.

C) It’s not fun to watch paint dry. But it is fun to discuss the legality of it. Legal Newsline.

D) If you really want an inside look at America’s justice system, just get yourself arrested. The Atlantic.

E) Everything you need to know about 2013, all in one illustration. Mario Zucca Illustration.

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Logical Reasonings / 9.16.13

A) Your background shouldn’t determine your law school choices, but they should play a role. Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) Law school scholarships and class sizes might have more in common than we thought. Above the Law.

C) Law school enrollments aren’t doing so well in the nation’s capitol. Washington Post.

D) Northhampton seems like a chill place to visit right now. Huffington Post.

E) Happy 30th birthday, Jeopardy! Thanks for all the strange memories. The Daily Beast.

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Logical Reasonings / 9.12.13

A) You can learn all you want about a law school by how it treats its fresh meat incoming class. Above the Law.

B) Do you use Urban Dictionary? Don’t worry. So do courts. New York Times.

C) Bucking a recent trend, not all law school enrollments are up. Penn Live.

D) Vladimir Putin published an op-ed piece in the New York Times. Here’s what he was really trying to say. Washington Post.

E) Confused by the situation in Syria? Allow the “people” of The Hills to explain. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.28.12

A) Continuing the discussion from our LSAT blog post earlier today, law school enrollment numbers are in fact way down. National Law Journal.

B) For your consideration, here’s what you should consider before considering law school. Fox Business.

C) President Obama and Mitt Romney will meet for lunch tomorrow. To go? Huffington Post.

D) Tonight’s Powerball drawing is for a record $550 million. Too bad you’re not going to win. CNN.

E) Google search is poetry, and none of us have ever noticed. Until now. Google Poetics.