Tag Archive: logical reasonings

Logical Reasonings / 3.6.17

A. Tiffany Trump is, as we’ve told you before, eyeing law school. Will her infamous name help or hurt her? The Washington Post

B. Travel Ban II is on its way, hitting your local airport tomorrow. Sequels often suck. CNN

C. The new Nintendo Switch is getting solid reviews. Business Insider

D. And in other tech news, would you fork over four figures for an iPhone? Stock News

E. How would you like an adorable caricature of your pet emblazoned upon your body for a lifetime? Bored Panda

Logical Reasonings / 3.3.17

A. So, you can actually take a law school class at University of Colorado that takes place in a raft on the Colorado River. No joke, bruh. 9News

B. Russia? Fake news! Witch hunt! FAKE NEWS! FAAAAAAAKKKEEEE NEEEEWWWWSSSS! NBC (fake!) News

C. ‘Member the other day when the internet broke? No, it was a pic of Kim K’s naked butt. It was a typo at Amazon. Get it together, Jeff Bezos! The Verge

D. Bitcoin is worth more than gold. Apparently, you can weigh bitcoin in ounces? NBC

E. The screw just continues to turn for Uber. Reuters

Logical Reasonings / 3.2.17

A. Law school is back, baby. #MAGA Above the Law

B. Apple’s putting the legal hurt on Qualcomm, this time in another country. Lawyers of the world, unite! The Verge

C. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III has recused himself from the investigation into the Trump campaign’s dealings with Russian intelligence officials during the election. The Atlantic

D. Everybody who’s anybody owns Snap. Forbes

E. This is perhaps the clearest proof yet that Judgment Day is upon us. Vice

Logical Reasonings / 3.1.17

A. Allegations of liberal bias have been leveled at law schools just like they have at colleges and universities. Fair charge? The Washington Post

B. Thinking of headin’ to Chapman University Fowler School of Law? Might want to get an extra mumps vaccination. Above the Law

C. Uber’s had a bad month or two. Google appears to be trying to kill it off once and for all. Lyft is all smiles. Wired

D. Nintendo Switch? Maybe. Forbes

E. Say it ain’t so, Katando Bloomper! The Los Angeles Times

Logical Reasonings / 2.28.17

A. Police allege that two former Harvard Law administrators pilfered money meant to help disabled students. Really, guys?? CBS Boston

B. In a more uplifting Harvard Law story, the school has elected its first black woman president of the Law Review. The New York Times

C. Li’l Donny Snowflake totally isn’t bailing on this year’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner because he was traumatized by the last one he went to. The Washington Post

D. Should state and local governments be allowed to dictate which restrooms transgender people use? John Oliver thinks that there’s a more pressing bathroom invader problem. The New York Daily News

E. Put this one in the “Ya don’t say?” file. Politico

Logical Reasonings / 2.27.17

A. Here’s a little application advice from the news publication that puts fear into the heart of every law school administrator. US News & World Report

B. Should a private Christian law school be able to prohibit its students from extramarital sex? Before you get all worked up, it’s in Canada. The College Fix

C. Even if you’re not so hot on Kellyanne Conway, do you really think law school professors ought to be trying to get her disbarred? Slate

D. A lot more guns, a lot less butter. The Washington Post Democracy Dies in Darkness

E. Things are starting to get a little scary for the Jewish community. CBS

Logical Reasonings / 2.24.17

A. USD Law grad files lawsuit against someone who mocked her on Twitter. And Twitter. And USD. For $100 million. All because someone mocked her on Twitter. It’s actually far worse than it sounds. Above the Law

B. Harvard Law School’s Project on Predatory Student Lending has sued the federal government to obtain documents related to a for-profit educator. The Crimson

C. Uber, which has been taking hits on all sides recently, is being sued by Google, which claims Uber stole some of its tech. The Chicago Tribune

D. Whoah… Turns out Kim Jong Nam, estranged brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, was assassinated using VX, an inarguable weapon of mass destruction. NBC

E. Turns out the prospect of losing one’s own healthcare focuses the mind. CNN

Logical Reasonings / 2.23.17

A. These clinics serving military veterans provide great ways for law students to get hands on experience while serving those who served our country. Mic

B. Most people think there are more law schools than we need. This first term California state legislator disagrees. The Recorder

C. If this litigious, anonymous restaurant patron is indeed a partner at a Big Law firm in DC, Lord help us all. Above the Law

D. Ellen DeGeneres, among others, is not pleased with the Trump Administration’s decision to withdraw protections for transgender students. The Hill

E. It’s quite possible that more US troops will head to Syria to fight ISIS in the near future. CBS News

Logical Reasonings / 2.22.17

A. We told you yesterday about a U of Minn law professor who’d been arrested on charges of stalking and sexual assault. He’s been identified, and there’s more to the story. Star Tribune

B. Shouty jerk Jim Cramer played the stock market to pay for law school. Use his method, and you too can be a shouty jerk. CNBC

C. Bill Maher has taken credit for the rapid demise of alt-right British bomb thrower Milo Yiablahbittyblah. Not so fast, Bill. Whoever said there are no second acts didn’t see a reality TV loudmouth become POTUS. The Chicago Tribune

D. Meghan Trainor is about to drop a new single. How much you want to bet it’s about how awesome she is and how she doesn’t need anyone? radio.com

E. Oh, good. The Daily Banter

Logical Reasonings / 2.21.17

A. New rules at Dept. of Homeland Security sweep in millions as priority targets of deportation and cuts due process for those rounded up. Here it comes. The Hill

B. An unnamed professor at University of Minnesota School of Law is in jail on sec crimes charges. Minnesota Daily

C. Forgetful? Fuhgeddaboutit! Mental Floss

D. It’s generally agreed upon that non-citizens outside the borders of the US generally don’t enjoy the protections of the Constitution. But what about one who was hit by a bullet fired inside this country? US News & World Report

E. Crucial info for Star Wars nerds. Cinema Blend