Tag Archive: most strongly supported

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Logical Reasonings / 11.16.11

A) You can reply to just about any question with, “In this economy?” Especially to “Are you going to law school?” US News & World Report.

B) Is it “law school porn” season already? National Law Journal.

C) Good news: Some law schools allow you to commit before taking the LSAT. Bad news: It may not last much longer. Daily Illini.

D) Violating a website’s terms of service could soon be a felony. Click the link if you agree to obey. Yahoo! News.

E) Hey, news reporters. More interviews with dudes wearing coonskin caps, please. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.15.11

A) The ABA is thiiiiiis close to requiring law schools to expand their consumer information to prospective law students. ABA Journal.

B) Here’s an example of how hard work studying for the LSAT paid off for a Harvard Law grad. Concordiensis.

C) A judge has spoken on Occupy Wall Street. Wall Street Journal.

D) A different judge has decreed that a divorcing couple must swap social media passwords. Whose password is “strong” now? Forbes.

E) Lot of people holding up handwritten signs in front of their computers, huh? Oh well, here’s another one. Fail Blog.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.14.11

A) Scrapping the LSAT would be a bad idea, says Virginian. Virginia Law.

B) Coming soon to a senate hearing near you: Law school stuff. Yay! Above the Law.

C) Coming soon to a courtroom near you: the NBA. Boo! Wall Street Journal.

D) Public interest groups are trying to get the Supreme Court to allow all curse words on television. Get the !@#$% out of here. Ars Technica.

E) Jimmy Fallon is quickly climbing the ladder of entertaining badasses. Case in point this video, in which he portrays Jim Morrison singing Reading Rainbow. BuzzFeed.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.11.11

A) Here’s a look at the University of Illinois School of Law admissions scandal (actually, both of them) from one of the school’s professors. Huffington Post.

B) Law students are more likely to default on their school loans than other types of students. Cue sad trombone. Wall Street Journal.

C) Meet the Grinch Who Stole Veterans Day. He’s a law professor. Above the Law.

D) Good news, LA. Due to overcrowding, thousands of prisoners could be released as early as next month! Los Angeles Times.

E) Someone in the Blueprint offices made one of these robots, and it is awesome. io9.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.10.11

A) Paul Pless, the former admissions dean at the University of Illinois School of Law who was the mastermind behind the school inflating admissions data, made a heck of a living by lying. The News-Gazette.

B) Apparently, it’s impossible not to get into law school. JD Journal.

C) Not to alarm anyone, but the percentage of female first- or second-year legal associates has dropped one point since last year. ABA Journal.

D) Joe Paterno was the head coach at Penn State for 45 years. Here’s hoping he met a lawyer at one point. Above the Law.

E) Get ready to see the most expensive photo ever sold ($4.3 million). Also, get ready to question why you never got into photography. The Atlantic.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.9.11

A) Here’s yet even more fallout from the University of Illinois School of Law’s LSAT scores and GPA scandal — including an email by former admissions dean Paul Pless in which he calls students “little bastards.” Chicago Tribune.

B) Attention, New York Law School: It’s man auction time. Above the Law.

C) Mississippi law school applications are up while the rest of the country’s are down. What gives? ABA Journal.

D) Spidey senses tingling? It’s because the director of that awful Spider-Man musical got fired and is now suing. Wall Street Journal.

E) Kitty Dylan. Kitty Bowie. Kitty Devo. Kitty Nirvana. You need to look at these. Kitten Covers.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.8.11

A) The National Jurist will list its best value law schools in the upcoming November issue. Plus, a Lindsay Lohan nude centerfold! TaxProf Blog.

B) Folks are still reeling from yesterday’s bombshell that the University of Illinois School of Law flubbed six years of admissions data. Above the Law.

C) Lawyers can learn a thing or ten from Steve Jobs. ABA Journal.

D) An appeals court has upheld Obama’s health care bill. On deck, the Supreme Court. New York Times.

E) Cherry’s good, but the best-flavored lollipop has to be chicken pox, right? Today.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.7.11

A) The final report in the University of Illinois School of Law admissions scandal was released. Former dean of admissions Paul Pless is soooo grounded. Daily Illini.

B) Enough with this LSAT nonsense. How about a lottery to determine who goes to law school? Inside Vandy.

C) Here’s an idea that might actually work: Reform law schools to make students better prepared for today’s legal environment. If that doesn’t work, fine. Just go with the lottery. Washington Post.

D) Humanities majors catch a lot of slack, but don’t forget: They often score the highest on the LSAT. Gustavian Weekly.

E) There’s the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), and then there’s the Lightweight Small Arms Technologies (LSAT) program. The latter makes guns, but the first one’s still cooler. Military.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.4.11

A) What’s ahead in the world of legal education? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. (Did I do that right?) Law School Review.

B) A victim of of spousal abuse has been ordered to pay her ex-husband/attacker $1,000 a month and $47,000 of his legal fees. Future lawyers, this is what they call in the biz “a loophole.” Yahoo! News.

C) People realize zombies are completely fictional, right? Apparently not this law school dropout. Above the Law.

D) Stories of people finding out they’re siblings are always a heartwarming read. When they find out they’re brother and sister five years into a relationship, the day before their wedding, and with a baby on the way, it suddenly isn’t. Daily Mail.

E) Remember earlier this week when it was Halloween? Let’s revisit it with Jimmy Kimmel. YouTube.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.3.11

A) Read George Washington School of Law’s dean’s thoughts on the legal job market. Don’t worry — you don’t have to use ESP. They’re written down. US News and World Report.

B) Here’s a nice summary of what the hell’s going on with law schools these days. Press-Citizen.

C) Zombies are in, lawyers are out. Slate.

D) Federal loans? More like, federal groans! (Goodnight, everybody!) Law School Review.

E) Nice try, da Vinci. But this guy is the greatest artist of all time. BuzzFeed.