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Classes for One of the LSAT Paper LSATs Start Soon

For the lucky few in college, your winter break has come to an end. We say “lucky” because I don’t think anyone would mind checking out from the routine for three weeks. The start of the semester and the new year brings forth ambitious resolutions and some stark reminders. For those interested in going to law school, one of those reminders is to take (or to retake) the LSAT.

Logical Reasonings / 1.11.19

A. This is your final reminder that tonight at 11:59 pm EST is your last chance to postpone the January LSAT, to change your test center for that test, or to withdraw from the test for a (meager $50) refund. LSAC

B. Live with Kellye & Ken, which sounds more like a syndicated morning show and less like a source on trends in legal ed, was recently shared by LSAC, in case you want to be up to date on trends in law and technology. YouTube

C. On keeping composed during your 1L year. Above the Law

D. Today’s dose of “I can’t even right now.” Politico

E. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Ethics Class: If you’re going to steal from clients and eventually be forced to pay over $2 million in restitution and back taxes, make sure the pilfered funds maybe go to better ends than timeshares, plastic surgery, and Hawaiian bands for parties. The Oregonian

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January LSAT Deadlines Are Here

The January 2019 LSAT is just a couple weeks away, which also means that the deadlines to change or get out of this exam have arrived. Students signed up for the January LSAT have until today, January 11 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time, to change the test location or postpone the LSAT to another date (both requiring you to pay an extra $125). And today is also the deadline to withdraw from the LSAT altogether for a refund of $50.

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You Can Now Test Out the Digital LSAT

When LSAC announced that the LSAT would switch to a digital format in July of 2019, we knew big changes were coming to this test. But some of us may have underestimated how significant these changes would feel. Well, OK, I’ll be honest and use “I” statements and say that I may have underestimated how significant these changes would feel.

Logical Reasonings / 1.9.19

A. Another reminder that Friday is the last day to postpone the January LSAT, to change your test center, or to withdraw for a partial refund. LSAC

B. According to Law School Transparency, going to an ABA-accredited public law school instead of a private one can save you $19,904 a year in tuition alone. Above the Law

C. If you scored as an “Introvert” on your Myers Briggs but want to be a commanding litigator anyway, the ABA has a podcast episode for you. ABA Journal

D. No one can pass the California bar exam, and some concerned citizens have interesting theories why that is. Above the Law

E. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Ethics Class: Your online rants can expose you to lawsuits from former clients. Law.com