A. From all your pals at Blueprint, best of luck to everyone taking the January LSAT tomorrow.
B. And if the test tomorrow looks daunting, look on the bright side … at least you get to take the test? That’s more than those who registered for the February D.C. bar exam can say. The federal government shutdown may prevent many from taking that kind-of-important test. Above the Law
C. And the D.C. denizens who already passed the bar exam will have to wait a while to be sworn in and officially become an attorney, too. Law.com
D. More bar talk: the ABA ponders tightening bar exam passage standards for law schools, in light of the flagging bar passage rates in many states. ABA Journal
E. All this talk about the LSAT, law school, and the bar exam is getting me stressed out. Is it getting you stressed out? Well, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Some people who become lawyers get to be happy lawyers. Especially if they went to UVA Law, apparently, which boasts a 91% life satisfaction rate among its grads. University of Virginia Law