The ABA recently released statistics showing which law schools have the highest percentage of unemployed recent graduates. Now, ideally, you’ll score well on the LSAT and have more secure options available to you than any of those schools (I’m not trying to be dismissive of any of the listed institutions…but your odds of getting a return on investment are higher betting $150,000 on a singly hand of blackjack…and that won’t take 3 years of your life). Putting the option of getting a higher LSAT score aside, this post is going to focus on the best ways to maximize your chances of getting a job while you’re actually in law school.
B. The Donald could quite possibly become the presumptive Republican nominee by sweeping today’s Super Tuesday voting. Politico
C. There’s a dog in Michigan that got braces. Dork. Freep
D. A study has found a widening gap in the debt law school students expect to incur on the basis of race and LSAT score. ABA Journal
E. And finally, in why-didn’t-this-happen-years-ago news, the US Army might be using laser weapons on the battlefield by 2023. IFL Science