Logical Reasonings

/ 3.15.19

A. Your weekend task (assuming you’re taking the March LSAT and haven’t yet uploaded your admissions ticket photo): upload your dang admissions ticket photo. The deadline is next Wednesday. LSAC

B. In a world historic flex, a 1L at Columbia Law bid $8100 at a Public Interest Law fundraiser to have dinner with Columbia professor and world’s-only-celebrity-human-rights-attorney Amal Clooney. Page Six

C. After news of the college admissions scandal broke, we knew it’d only be a matter of time before the lawsuits came flying in. Here’s one of the first: two Stanford students filed a class action lawsuit against universities implicated in the scandal for devaluing their degrees. Heavy

D. Speaking of the scandal, former University of Chicago Law dean and current admissions consultant Anna Ivey discussed whether it’s possible to bribe your way into law school. Law.com

E. We discussed why you shouldn’t really care about the U.S. News & World Report rankings in today’s post, but apparently, most pre-law students are ahead of the curve in not really caring about rankings. The kids are all right. Above the Law

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