Tag Archive: ucla

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Spring UCLA 1 starts TOMORROW!

They say the early bird gets the worm. Yuck! Want something non-disgusting as a reward for your early bird tendencies? How about a competition-crushing score on the June 2016 LSAT?

Blueprint’s first Spring UCLA course, starring LSAT prep superstar and (unfortunately married) logic hunk Sam Fox, starts tomorrow, Saturday the 11th, at 10 am sharp. Even better, enroll now with the promo code UCLA200, and you’ll get two hundred simoleans (that’s, like, mobster for “dollars”) off the course.

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Chik-Fil-A School-of-Law

Banker Sandy Weill recently withdrew the generous donation he’d made, out of the goodness of his altruistic little billionaire heart, to Paul Smith College after he learned that the school could not change it’s name to Weill-Smith College. Not wanting to find himself similarly disappointed, Charles Widger, a successful hedge fund manager, explicitly stipulated that Villanova Law School should become the Villanova Charles Widger School of Law in exchange for his $25 million donation.

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Logical Reasonings / 12.10.14

Here’s a gift guide for the law student in your life. (If the law student in your life is you, you’re out of luck.) Pen and Chisel

A UCLA law professor is under fire for a controversial (read: astoundingly insensitive) exam question. Above The Law

More students are pushing for law schools to delay their final exams. Wall Street Journal

A Harvard business profressor and law school grad flipped out on a Chinese restaurant (and got the law wrong in the process). Slate

22 pictures that prove the future is now. Some of these are mindblowing. (But it won’t really be the future until your mind can get literally blown, and then reconstructed.) Buzzfeed

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Logical Reasonings / 10.21.14

We’re getting some pub for our “brutal” new ad campaign. Sorry, Trojans. Above The Law

5 tips to cut the length of your personal statement. Pen and Chisel

New York is trying to decide whether to overhaul its bar exam. Wall Street Journal

The New Yorker‘s take on a college admissions essay. Feel free to use it, if you think you’re droll enough. The New Yorker

You should watch John Oliver take on SCOTUS everything. Last Week Tonight