It wasn’t (only) because I’m a Blueprint employee/internet czar. The main reason I took Blueprint’s online course is because I work all day, and the 8½ hour chunks my job takes out of my life limited how much time I could commit to my studies. I’m also pretty active outside of work – I write every day, have a couple of hobbies, and even enjoy sitting on my couch doing nothing every once in a while – which further restricted my study hours. In addition to taking up time in a general sense, all of that stuff limited the exact blocks of time I could devote to studying. I knew I could allot at least 10 hours per week to the LSAT, but I couldn’t guarantee that it was the same 10 hours every week.
A) The Washington Post wants to get rid of some thing for spring cleaning — including the third year of law school.
B) William Mitchell College of Law’s victory over the ABA led to the establishment of the first accredited digital law school, and could change the face of legal education. CNBC
C) 10 tips for reluctant networkers. Ms. JD
D) Turns out that, contrary to popular belief, most judges aren’t too political. The same can’t be said for law students. Wall Street Journal
E) Louis C.K. tells Jimmy Fallon about how he torpedoed Fallon’s career. Don’t worry, things still worked out pretty well for him. Splitsider