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Logical Reasonings / 2.16.18

A. Hey, you dilatory dingus, you only have a few hours left to get $200 off any Blueprint classroom course using the promo code LOVEBP? You have until 6 pm PST, so what are you waiting for? Blueprint LSAT

B. And you also have until 6 pm PST to get 40% off The Blueprint to Logic Games and The Blueprint to Reading Comprehension at a 40% discount over on Amazon. Amazon

C. Robert Mueller has finally brought down the hammer (!!!) … on 13 Russians … who made Twitter bots … whom the U.S. government can’t find (¯\_(ツ)_/¯) … in his investigation into interference with the 2016 election. NY Times

D. UCI Law prof Richard Hasen argues that maybe we should knock-it off with the hero worshipping of Supreme Court justices, like Ruth Bader Ginsburg. LA Times

E. No one tells you about some perks of being a lawyer. Like how sometimes mystery people will just send hundreds of free pizzas to your office. BBC

Logical Reasonings / 2.15.18

A. Valentine’s Day may be over, but you can still take advantage of Blueprint’s Valentine’s Day sale. Until Friday at 6 pm PST, we’re still offering $200 any Blueprint classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

B. And until Friday we’re still offering The Blueprint to Logic Games and The Blueprint to Reading Comprehension at a 40% discount over on Amazon. Amazon

C. Students at New York Law School who ask new student Miriam Weeks, “You look familiar … do I know you from somewhere?” will likely be embarrassed by her response. Above the Law

D. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Responsibility Class: If you’re charged with running a legal clinic at a top law school, you cannot embezzle nearly $200,000 from the clinic. Law.com

E. Trump’s travel ban, in its never-ending ping-ponging from circuit court to circuit court, was issued another blow today when the 4th Circuit ruled that the ban displays an animus towards the Islamic faith. NY Times

Logical Reasonings / 2.14.18

A. It’s Valentine’s Day, which means you either need to impress your significant other or console a lonely heart. The best way to do either? Make his/her/your law school dreams come true, at a
discount. As part of our Valentine’s Day Sale, we’re offering $200 any Blueprint classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

B. Or you can grab one of our Reading Comp or Logic Games guidebooks on Amazon, which are discounted to $39.00 until Friday. Amazon

C. Her reputation may have taken a dint in the last year, but Taylor Swift’s courtroom success has continued well into the new year. A court threw out a copyright case brought by the songwriters who scored a minor hit in 2001 with 3LW’s “Plays Gon’ Play” against Swift’s use of the titular phrase in “Shake It Off.” The Hollywood Reporter

D. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Responsibility Class: If you’re a top attorney for ICE, you can’t steal the identities of the people your agency is about to deport. ABA Journal

E. A fun activity to do with your sweetie this Valentine’s Day: log-on to Black Mirror‘s terrifyingly dystopic Coach website, which will tell you exactly how much longer your relationship will last. The Verge

Logical Reasonings / 2.13.18

A. Need a last minute Valentine’s Day gift, for yourself or your lovebird? How about the gift of a better LSAT score? Our Valentine’s Day Sale is up and running, and you can get $200 off on any classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. The sale lasts until Friday, February 16th at 6 pm PST. Blueprint LSAT

B. You can also grab your boo some of our guidebooks on Amazon. Our guidebooks for both the Logic Games and Reading Comprehension sections are discounted 40% right now, for the all-time low price of $39.00. Amazon

C. 2002 Olympics gold medalist and 3L at UPenn Sarah Hughes is living the life of a boss. Currently, she’s taking some time off from her final year at law school to chill in Pyeongchang as part of the U.S. Presidential Delegation. Above the Law

D. Meanwhile, Trump’s proposed budget would be a major blow to law school financing, amending the current Pay As You Earn plan and eliminating the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. Maybe Sarah Hughes, as part of his Delegation, can talk some sense into him. CNBC

E. Hundreds of Los Angeles public defenders are protesting the appointment of an interim chief for the office, as the new boss has never tried a criminal case. LA Times

Logical Reasonings / 2.12.18

A. Our Valentine’s Day Sale is on! We want to show our love to everyone gearing up for the LSAT by giving out a $200 discount on any classroom course. From now until Friday, February 16th at 6 pm PST, enter the promo code LOVEBP when you enroll in one Blueprint’s classroom course and receive that token of appreciation. Blueprint LSAT

B. Or you can go onto Amazon this week and, as part of the Valentine’s Day Sale, purchase our Logic Games and Reading Comprehension guidebooks for the all-time low price of $39.00. Amazon

C. In what we hope is the start of a trend, Northern Illinois University College of Law announced that it will charge the same tuition to in-state and out-of-state residents. ABA Journal

D. Here’s the latest from the stats whiz at TaxProfBlog, who is projecting a big spike in law school applicants who scored above a 165 on their LSAT. TaxProfBlog

E. Shade queen Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg admitted to liking “most” of her colleagues on the Supreme Court. Sounds harsh, but as any LSAT instructor will tell you, “most” could mean “all” … except when Gorsuch is involved. Then it definitely doesn’t include him. Above the Law

Logical Reasonings / 2.9.18

A. If you’re taking the February LSAT tomorrow, best of luck from all of us at Blueprint. Make sure you’ve reviewed the list of what you can and cannot bring into your test center tomorrow. LSAC

B. If you were planning on taking the exam at Valparaiso University, Northern Illinois University, or College of DuPage, then your LSAT has been postponed due to inclement weather. Keep an eye out for an email from LSAC with more deets next week. On the plus side, more study time! LSAC

C. We are not forgetful boyfriends at Blueprint — we remember Valentine’s Day and we’re giving you a gift: a $200 discount on any classroom course, starting next week. From Monday, February 12th at 9 am PST until Friday, February 16th at 6 pm PST, you can get that discount on Blueprint’s classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

D. During that week we’ll also be discounting our Logic Games and Reading Comprehension course books to the all-time low price of $39.00 at Amazon. Amazon

E. If you’re already looking ahead to the July LSAT, then registration for that new exam will open in March. @Official_LSAT

Logical Reasonings / 2.8.18

A. Cupid’s arrow — like the arrow that signifies that sufficient condition guarantees the presence of a necessary condition — has struck us at Blueprint. And speaking of presence, we have a Valentine gift for you: Starting next Monday, February 12th at 9 am PST, and through Friday, February 16th til 6 pm PST, you can get a $200 discount on Blueprint’s classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

B. Or, during the same week, you can get 40% off our Logic Games and Reading Comprehension course books over on Amazon. Those will be offered for the all-time low price of $39.00. Amazon

C. Here’s the latest in the back-and-forth between University of Chicago Law and its students over the a flyer from the local chapter of the Edmund Burke Society that made disparaging remarks regarding immigrants. The dean plans to do nothing. Above the Law

D. Berkeley Law dean and con law don Erwin Chemerinsky gives his rundown of the five free speech cases the Supreme Court will hear this term. ABA Journal

E. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Responsibility Class: You can bind together your appellate brief in twine and submit that to the court. Although it should be noted that your class will teach you that you can’t represent two parties to a case simultaneously and make frivolous claims in a lawsuit. Portland Press Herald

Logical Reasonings / 2.7.18

A. We — the weird logic robots who teach the LSAT — may not understand human love. But we understand the LSAT. So instead of chocolates, flowers, or expensive trips, we’re gifting you a discount on Blueprint’s classroom course this Valentine’s Day. Starting next Monday, February 12th at 9 am PST, and through Friday, February 16th at 6 pm PST, you can get a $200 discount on Blueprint’s classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

B. The Uniform Bar Exam is becoming more prevalent, which is good news for you future lawyers who don’t want to live in one state your entire life. National Jurist

C. About a month ago the Supreme Court ordered North Carolina to redraw its state districts after SCOTUS ruled that NC’s current map was racially gerrymandered. Today, the Supreme Court just stayed that order after a request from NC State reps. NY Times

D. A lawyer’s perspective on Trump, the world’s worst client who may be leading his attorneys to an ethical quagmire with his willingness to talk to special investigator Robert Mueller. Above the Law

E. We may never get inside Trump’s head to understand his thinking on the Mueller investigation, but now at least we have an unobstructed view of the outside of his head. New York Magazine

Logical Reasonings / 2.6.18

A. Even if you missed the law school admissions webinar today, there’s still time to reserve a virtual seat to the LSAT webinar at 6 pm. So reserve your spot to learn all about the LSAT and get a promo code good for $300 off Blueprint’s classroom course and $75 off the first month of an online course subscription. Blueprint LSAT

B. A good LSAT score, by the way, will help you avoid these kinds of law schools, which saddle you with debt you may never pay back. Above the Law

C. The Edmund Burke Society at University of Chicago Law has been embroiled in controversy since it proposed an event to debate whether the US should curb its borders to immigrants. After a bunch of media attention, the event was postponed. Chicago Maroon

D. So-called CryptoLawyers, who helped cryptocurrency companies navigate regulatory gray areas, are now the subject of SEC regulation. Bloomberg Big Law Business

E. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Responsibility Class: You can’t, as a judge, take bribes for favorable decisions from the bench for almost a decade. Actually, they probably do teach you that. San Antonio Express

Logical Reasonings / 2.5.18

A. Don’t forget to RSVP to the webinars we’re hosting tomorrow, February 6th. Attend the first, at noon PST, to learn about the law school application process. Attend the second, at 6 pm PST, to learn all about the LSAT. Attend either, and you’ll get a promo code good for $300 off Blueprint’s classroom course and $75 off the first month of an online course subscription. Blueprint LSAT

B. Is law school worth it? Recent grads were polled and their answers were … not that surprising? National Jurist

C. If your attention span is wanting — wait, don’t switch over to another tab, hold on, this will be quick, I promise! — here are some tips on how to improve it before law school. Above the Law

D. This is a new wave for legal service — a Toronto attorney just served a claim to a defendant via Instagram. Canadian Lawyer

E. A running list of things that you should not do, if you want to pass the moral fitness requirement from being admitted to the bar. Deadspin