Tag Archive: law school professors

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Logical Reasonings / 7.28.14

A) There are plenty of pros and cons about gaining job experience before law school. Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) Guess which law school received the most applications last year. Nope, it was Georgetown. ABA Journal.

C) Police are still hunting for the killer of a popular Florida law school professor. ABC News.

D) The bar exam is tomorrow. Here’s how to nail it. Above the Law.

E) Well, Donald Sterling’s day in court didn’t last long. Los Angeles Times.

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Logical Reasonings / 2.20.14

A) The kid from Hook is now a law school professor in Cleveland. He might’ve been a pro baseball player if his dad had shown up to more little league games. Cleveland Scene.

B) Believe it or not, there are other ways to get out of jury duty besides profanity and racial slurs. CBS Philly.

C) No matter how busy you get as a lawyer, there’s always time for meditation. Probably not in the courtroom, though. ABA Journal.

D) Harper Lee has settled her dispute with a museum over To Kill a Mockingbird. Too bad she’ll never write a second settlement. Wall Street Journal.

E) “They grow up so fast” applies to dogs and cats, too. Tastefully Offensive.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.14.13

A) Law school isn’t just good for a JD. You also acquire the tools to lead a richer, more meaningful life. Wall Street Journal.

B) Oh, law school professors. Always sayin’ stuff. Above the Law.

C) Goodbye, Whitey Bulger. CNN.

D) If you’ve ever wondered what Thanksgiving break is like for law school students, worry no more. Law Street Journal.

E) The McRib is back! Unfortunately, this is what it looks like. MSN Now.

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Logical Reasonings / 10.23.13

A) A law school professor predicts LSAT scores are going to negatively affect bar exam scores. We’ll see how confident he is when Vegas releases the line. ABA Journal.

B) Law school reform is not out of the discussion. But it’s also not in. Student Loan Ranger.

C) Here’s an idea you may not have considered to help pay law school debt: sell your childhood memories. Harvard Crimson.

D) Headline court case alert: A Kennedy cousin is getting a new trial for a 1975 killing. USA Today.

E) The Great American Beer Festival seems like a nice place…for Triumph to poop on. Team Coco.

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Logical Reasonings / 10.21.13

A) Eventually, you may be interviewed by a law school admissions officer. Here’s how to crush it. Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) Don’t rule out becoming a law school professor. #Tenure Canadian Lawyer Mag.

C) There’s more (mostly negative) chatter about law reviews. New York Times.

D) France is mad at us. Uh-oh? Washington Post.

E) It’s Monday, but look on the bright side: pumpkin spice lattes are here! Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 10.3.13

A) Warning: your law school professor may have a sense of humor. Above the Law.

B) Now you can have your cake and take it to court, too. ABA Journal.

C) Some criminals just make it too easy for the prosecution. CNN.

D) 13 members of Anonymous aren’t so unknown anymore. NBC News.

E) These 65 incredible facts will feel much better on your brain than studying for the LSAT. Mental Floss.

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Logical Reasonings / 8.6.13

A) The LSAT has long been blamed for the lack of diversity in the legal profession. One law school professor isn’t so sure about that. National Law Journal.

B) Not everyone is a fan of US News and World Report. Above the Law.

C) Law, Judd Apatow, and “I Heart Boobies!” bracelets. It makes sense. Wall Street Journal.

D) Benghazi is back in the news. The U.S. has filed its first charges. USA Today.

E) Curiosity has been on Mars for a year. Here are some highlights. The Onion.

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Logical Reasonings / 6.11.13

A) Don’t judge a book by its cover, but feel free to judge a law school professor by his or her teaching style. US News and world Report.

B) Yale Law School is among those hoping for legal ramifications against the NSA. Yale Alumni Magazine.

C) Meanwhile, ACLU has decided to sue the Obama administration directly. USA Today.

D) Princeton’s campus was evacuated today due to a bomb threat. First Coast News.

E) Dogs, am I right? BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 5.15.13

A) Harvard Law School just turned on the nitro for juniors seeking admission. Wall Street Journal.

B) Northwestern law school professor Steve Harper has a new book about law school. Its theme: lower your expectations. PBS.

C) US News and World Report’s law school rankings take another hit. National Law Journal.

D) No surprise here. Jodi Arias found eligible for the death penalty. USA Today.

E) Are you ready to graduate? These 30 cats and dogs sure aren’t. BuzzFeed.