Logical Reasonings / 5.31.17

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B. Above the Law just dropped its 2017 law school rankings. ATL’s rankings place more emphasis on the job prospects of graduates than the U.S. News & World Report rankings, so ATL’s list can serve as a useful supplement to using USNWR’s, although ATL’s list is not without its critics. In a major shake-up at the top, Stanford claimed the top spot from Yale, which slid all the way to #3 on the list. Above the Law

C. Deadspin has a look at an underreported aspect to Trump’s proposed budget—the Office of Civil Rights’ ability to investigate Title IX violations against women students at universities will be severely hamstrung. Deadspin

D. Trump is reportedly telling confidants that the U.S. will leave the Paris agreement on climate change, a deal made between 195 nations to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Axios

E. Trump tweeted the non-word “covfefe” … and people were confused for a while, but then went to working meme-ing. Meanwhile, tragedy struck Kabul. NY Times

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