Tag Archive: lawyers

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Logical Reasonings / 3.20.14

A) Typically, internet comments aren’t the best place to get advice. Here’s one exception: Which law school class helped in your legal career? Washington Post.

B) If you picked any law schools in your March Madness bracket, maybe this one is more your speed. Above the Law.

C) Thomas Jefferson Law School has gotten a bad rap, but that didn’t stop these future lawyers. Business Insider.

D) Some kid climbed to the top of One World Trade Center, and wasn’t afraid to brag about it. USA Today.

E) This Wheel of Fortune contestant would like to buy a “wow.” Digg.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.18.14

A) This law school is very proud to have received an A in practical training. Liberty University.

B) Remember: If you’re ever hungry in court, just eat your documents. Lowering the Bar.

C) Which lawyers are the happiest? Probably not the ones you’d expect. ABA Journal.

D) A famous TV pitchman is heading to prison. He should arrive in 6-8 weeks. CNN.

E) Nobody told me last week’s GIFs were the best of all time. Funny or Die.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.14.14

A) This real-life Saul Goodman has an unconventional marketing strategy: “Trust me, I may have a law degree, but I still think like a criminal!” Above the Law.

B) Matthew McConaughey recounts losing a lawsuit for being too handsome. ABA Journal.

C) Federal judge Richard Kopf, recently diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, learns about the “black” market for pot in Colorado. Hercules and the Umpire.

D) Charting the rankings of the top 50 law schools over the past 5 years. LawyerWrit.

E) Due to a “scheduling conflict,” Will Ferrell and Ryan Gosling interrupt Jimmy Kimmel Live to… sell knives? YouTube.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.10.14

A) Merry US News and World Report law school rankings eve! Above the Law.

B) Somebody surveyed jurors to hear what they think about lawyers. Survey says… Lawyerist.

C) The Supreme Court says thanks, but no thanks to “boobies” bracelets. Huffington Post.

D) As each day passes until the Malaysia Airlines jet is discovered, more and more theories arise. Yahoo! News.

E) Mad about Daylight Savings Time? You will be after reading this. Gothamist.

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Logical Reasonings / 3.7.14

A) Law school is becoming more and more millennial-friendly. Above the Law.

B) Lawyers in the UK are walking out of courtrooms. The Guardian.

C) Today in Lawsuits That Are Sure to Go Nowhere: A man is suing a casino because he was drunk when he lost all of his money. CNBC.

D) The Oscar Pistorius trial is providing hair-raising drama — both in the testimony and photos. The Independent.

E) Not sure how your week went, but it was a great one for Someecards. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.24.14

A) Here’s how the ABA wants to change legal education. Kudos if you stay awake past page 40. American Bar Association.

B) The FBI finally arrested some of the wiseguys who pulled off the big heist in Goodfellas. Now go home and get your shinebox. CNN.

C) There’s a new show about lawyers called Rake. At least one viewer is ready to leave. Television Without Pity.

D) The NSA isn’t just breaking the law. It’s doing so “screamingly.” Forbes.

E) With another Super Bowl ahead, it’s time for another super hilarious Bad Lip-Reading. Huffington Post.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.10.14

A) The first step to starting your own law firm right out of law school: Ignore the people who say you can’t. Business Insider.

B) Harvard Law School just got $10 million to divvy out for fellowships. ABA Journal.

C) That didn’t take long. Someone is suing Chris Christie over the bridge scandal. BBC.

D) Some lawyers have their work cut out for them regarding this case of an Indian diplomat who fled the United States after committing fraud. Bloomberg.

E) Everyone wants to know what the future holds. Here’s what to expect 100 quintillion years from now. io9.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.9.14

A) The recently-rebranded Texas A&M School of Law is gaining more prestige, and recent grads want in on the action. Above the Law.

B) If Harvard Law School expels you, your career isn’t over. But if you get nabbed for insider trading, it definitely is. DealBook.

C) Good news, Juggalo lawyers: Insane Clown Posse is suing the FBI. Rolling Stone.

D) Chris Christie has apologized. Water under the bridge…closure. USA Today.

E) If you’re an NCAA athlete, there’s a small chance you can’t read this. CNN.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.12.13

A) Take all the Whoville presents you want, Mr. Grinch, but don’t mess with their lawyers. NPR.

B) If you want a job at a big law firm, you might want to apply to one of these law schools. Business Insider.

C) Don’t forget one of the big draws of working as a lawyer: $300K holiday bonuses. Above the Law.

D) Heads up, defense lawyers. You’ve got a new made-up disorder to use: Affluenza. NBC News.

E) Your aunt is sharing something on Facebook right now, and it’s probably one of these things. Shares From Your Aunt.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.9.13

A) We’ll have a post up this week about the weird February LSAT. Until then, this’ll hold you over. Law Admissions Lowdown.

B) Leave it to lawyers to solve law school with auditing. ABA Journal.

C) There’s an interesting legal case developing in Oklahoma. Especially if you’re a satanist. The Guardian.

D) The NSA hasn’t just been spying on your phone. It’s also been watching you play “World of Warcraft.” CNN.

E) If you think the LSAT melts the brain, check out this optical illusion. Slate.