Logical Reasonings / 8.21.18

A. You cannot get enough reminders to reserve your spot to one of the webinars we’re hosting tomorrow. If you RSVP and attend the first, which will be at noon Pacific, you’ll get a rundown of the law school admissions process. If you RSVP and attend the second, which is at 6 pm Pacific, you’ll get an overview of the LSAT. If you attend either, you’ll save tons of precious lucre on Blueprint’s LSAT prep courses — $300 on Blueprint classroom courses and a $75 on the first month of an online course subscription, to be precise. Blueprint LSAT

B. Reminder: Tomorrow is the last day for September LSAT takers to upload their admissions ticket photo. So review the requirements, put on your best face, and upload a photo that that will verify that you’re not pulling an elaborate Suits-style ruse on your proctor. LSAC

C. Harvard Law’s Associate dean Jessica Soban discussed the school’s GRE program, noting that Harvard Law’s GRE students were more likely to be international students, more likely to have work experience, and more likely to come from a STEM background. Law.com

D. Adding insult to the injury of losing its accreditation, Arizona Summit will also lose its campus. Above the Law

E. Michael Cohen has pled guilty of violating banking, tax and campaign finance laws in the 2016 election; he faces four or five years of prison time … unless he gets a hail Mary pardon. Washington Post

Logical Reasonings / 8.20.18

A. We’re hosting two webinars this Wednesday, August 22 that will transmit tons of helpful info on the LSAT and law school admissions straight to you. Plus, by attending either, you’ll get a $300 discount on Blueprint classroom courses and a $75 discount on the first month of an online course subscription. Blueprint LSAT

B. Wednesday, August 22 is also the deadline to upload the admissions ticket photo for the September 2018 LSAT, and LSAC sent out a helpful reminder to get that done. It also tried to start the super sibilant hashtag #lessstressontestday. @Official_LSAT

C. After the NYU School Medicine announced a free tuition program, Above the Law contemplates whether law schools should offer the same. We’ll answer that for them: Yes, they definitely should. Above the Law

D. Meanwhile, Columbia Law School — one of the most prestigious law schools in the nation, the law school of more than one of our invaluable contributors — is showing off all the educational advantages you get when paying for an elite law school experience … with a Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament during orientation. Above the Law

E. In case you missed it, Rudy Giuliani gave a tour de force lesson in how not to advocate for your client on Meet the Press yesterday. CNN

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Logical Reasonings / 8.17.18

A. Your weekend task: RSVP to one (or both!) of the webinars we’re hosting on Wednesday, August 22. By reserving your space and attending either the Admissions or LSAT Webinar, you’ll get a $300 discount on Blueprint classroom courses and a $75 discount on the first month of an online course subscription. Blueprint LSAT

B. Omar Salgado, forward for the Las Vegas Lights FC, will soon hang up his cleats and shorts and cleats for legal briefs and torts; he recently took the LSAT and will soon pursue law school. Las Vegas Review-Journal

C. A former Georgetown Law student’s suit against the school — which alleged that the school unlawfully bared him from the on-campus hiring fair — was dismissed today. ABA Journal

D. The judge for the Paul Manafort gave the jurors a tour of circular reasoning when he defined “reasonable doubt” as “doubt based on reason.” NY Times

E. Meanwhile, prosecutors in that trial are so secretive they won’t even disclose their Shake Shack orders to media. Wonder how they can eat those ShackBurgers with all those tight-lips? NY Times