Tag Archive: law school grads

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Logical Reasonings / 5.12.14

A) LSAT Logic Games are a piece of cake…at some point…right? Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) If spurious correlations are your favorite part of the LSAT, you’re going to love this blog. Spurious Correlations.

C) Remember that law school grad who beheaded an exotic bird in Vegas? Probation. San Francisco Gate.

D) Meet the new CEO of the Los Angeles Clippers, who happens to be Albany Law School’s finest alumni. WNYT.

E) These stock photos are only good for laughing at, but they’re worth it. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 2.10.14

A) You can still base your law school admissions hopes on estimating your February LSAT score. Just make sure it’s an accurate guess. Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) Solo practice incubator. It might sound strange, but for law school grads it’s actually a pretty cool way to ease into the legal job market. Cleveland.com.

C) “Operation: Angry Birds” wasn’t as fun as it sounds. CNN.

D) Dumb Starbucks is now open in LA, but should be closing as soon as lawyers get a taste. ABA Journal.

E) Ten years ago, Facebook was born. Here are its first 20 users. Business Insider.

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Logical Reasonings / 2.7.14

A) Picking what to write about in your law school personal statement can be tricky. Don’t write about that. Huffington Post.

B) Good start to the new year, eh, law school grads? The legal sector added 2,000 jobs in January. Wall Street Journal.

C) No worries if you don’t get into the law school of your dreams. Just sue ’em. Above the Law.

D) Here’s the legal jargon of Quentin Tarantino suing Gawker over leaking his latest script. It’s no Death Proof. Lexology.

E) You can’t see the Winter Olympics on TV until tonight, but nothing’s stopping you from checking out the awesome photos now. New York Times.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.17.14

A) Looks like 2016 is the year we see more job legal jobs than law school grads. PreLaw Magazine.

B) If there’s one thing law schools have gotten right, it’s blind grading. Verdict.

C) Thirty years ago, the Supreme Court played around with a Betamax lawsuit. Slate.

D) Authorities have tied Aaron Hernandez to another murder. Really starting to think this guy’s a bad dude. CNN.

E) Don’t worry about getting pulled over for wearing Google Glass. Just worry about other drivers wearing them. Phys.org.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.16.13

A) Did you hear Blueprint LSAT Prep is doing another Reddit AMA? This one will be focused on law school admissions. Most Strongly Supported.

B) It’s never too early to start thinking about what you want to specialize in while at law school. Law Admissions Lowdown.

C) Who says you need to be accepted to Columbia Law School before you can attend? Above the Law.

D) There are a lot of people complaining about law school. Quit complaining, says one law school grad. Business Insider.

E) Once again, Time went all out with the top 10 lists of the year. Let’s start with the top memes of 2013. Some of them were even funny. Time.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.27.13

A) Law schools may not have Black Friday deals, but this is as close as you’re going to get. Above the Law.

B) Health law is a growing industry, and Loyola Law School wants to lead the way. Loyola Student Dispatch.

C) Undocumented law school graduates have more options than you might think. New York Daily News.

D) An NBA fan sank a half-court shot for $20,000, but he may have to give up college sports forever. NBA.

E) This holiday, be thankful that Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade floats no longer look like this. The Wire.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.25.13

A) Are you a “people person” who can perform “research?” Turns out, you’re the perfect law school graduate. Wall Street Journal.

B) A lot of people are unhappy with the Affordable Care Act. Not those hoping to get into health law. US News and World Report.

C) Contrary to popular belief, law schools are making plenty of dough. Salon.

D) Yikes. The entire Yale campus — including Yale Law — was locked down today due to reports of a gunman. Epoch Times.

E) Winter is almost here. Watch out for the fake snowmen. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 5.30.13

A) Some law schools rank higher than others, sure, but which ones are the most efficient? US News and World Report.

B) Do you suffer from “law school think?” Probably. The League of Ordinary Gentlemen.

C) And a big congratulations to all the 2013 law school grads. Here’s what you’ve gotten yourselves into. Hungry Hungry Lawyers.

D) One of the longest strikes in American history is over. Hang on to those picket signs; they might be worth something some day. Chicago Tribune.

E) The newest fitness craze has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen: Prancercise. CNBC.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.17.12

A) Possible fix to the crummy job market for law school grads: Give more money to the schools’ career services. Above the Law.

B) Woah. Curveball in the Trayvon Martin case. CNN.

C) Welp…women are smarter than men. The Star.

D) Now available on your next Delta flight: Needle sandwiches! Yahoo! News.

E) Huh. I had no idea they had Internet memes in the 1800s. Huffington Post.

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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.