Tag Archive: legal job market

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Logical Reasonings / 11.16.12

A) The election is over (though Florida might still be counting votes). Here are the top LSAT flaws uttered during the campaigns. The Record.

B) Good news from the legal job market: Pay is up for in-house lawyers. Wall Street Journal.

C) On July 21, 1991, this house was legally declared haunted. A day later, the Addams Family moved in. Houston Chronicle.

D) Farewell, Twinkies. You were disgustingly delicious. ABC News

E) Good to see journalists tackling such hard-hitting issues as, “Should cats skydive?” CNN.

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Logical Reasonings / 7.31.12

A) Law schools are getting desperate for applicants. Washington Monthly.

B) Looks like someone found a fix for the ailing legal job market: a website. Sacramento Bee.

C) The ABA doesn’t offer accreditation to law schools overseas. For now. National Law Journal.

D) Here’s a helpful guide on how to avoid Olympics spoilers. CNN.

E) After 50 years of being divorced, a couple in New York is getting remarried. Guess there really aren’t more fish in the sea. Buffalo News.

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Logical Reasonings / 1.19.12

A) Let’s catch up with those Yale Law professors who think schools should refund any graduates struggling to find legal jobs. (Hopefully they pay for lunch.) Yale Daily News.

B) A law school professor has an argument with a former student during a trial, does not threaten to show everyone a photo of the time he came to class wearing bunny slippers. Inquirer News.

C) Save the date: At a meeting in March, the American Bar Association is set to seriously consider requiring law schools to disclose more job placement data. Reuters.

D) For the first time since 1994, part-time legal jobs dropped last year. Plus, tips were terrible. Wall Street Journal.

E) There’s something so heartwarming about a dog having fun. Go ahead a preheat your heart before checking this video out. YouTube.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.22.11

A) “Let’s Kill All the Law Students.” That is what you call a headline teaser. Huffington Post.

B) Here are some reactions to a Logical Reasonings post concerning Penn State’s law school offering a fee waiver. Above the Law.

C) Here’s a unique suggestion to fix the state of the current legal marketplace: Quit hiring Harvard Law grads. The Atlantic.

D) If you’re into law school debt data, this chart-filled article is basically pornography. Am Law Daily.

E) Even Sir Mix-a-Lot wouldn’t be cool with a cement butt. Yes, a cement butt. Social Hype.

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Logical Reasonings / 10.17.11

A) Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. Three law students examine their futures. (Okay, we’ll need roads.) Red and Blank.

B) Here’s the Cliffs Notes version of why some law schools are under fire. Next up: The story in tweet form. Money Watch.

C) And some more grim news for law grads. (Happy Monday!) Above the Law.

D) Finally, some good news — at least for those interested in a career in patent law. Wall Street Journal.

E) Yep, this is awesome and a must-see: Teenage Mutant Ninja Noses. Buzz Feed.


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