A) Going to law school for the right reasons? The UNT Dallas College of Law would like for you to apply. Huffington Post.
B) From law school dean to Chris Christie watchdog. That’s the life for one very stressed man. The Daily Journal.
C) Every lawyer’s dream (or nightmare): A “Perry Mason” moment wins the case. ABA Journal.
D) Supreme Court justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg are quite chatty. Wall Street Journal.
E) It’s not too late to get ready for Easter. Just follow these tips from frugal prop master Bill Tull. Team Coco.
A) An email gone viral is causing serious headaches at the University of Oregon Law School. ABA Journal.
B) The inventor of Bitcoin might very well be an ex-law professor. Crazy to think he’d walk away from all that Bittenure. Above the Law.
C) If you’ve “liked” Cheerios on Facebook, you can’t sue Cheerios. Dislike! New York Times.
D) John Edwards is back! (In a courtroom, working as a lawyer.) Slate.
E) There hasn’t been much good news out of Russia lately. But that’s only because the media there doesn’t hang out around fire stations. Digg.
We’re one month away from the June LSAT registration deadline. If you think this is a lot of time, then you’re indulging in some false comfort.
You need to sign up early if you want to get a decent LSAT test center before they all fill up. Dilly dally, and you could get stuck with a hole in the wall three counties over with a former hall monitor for a proctor who just can’t wait to make your day resemble something out of a Turkish prison.
In the recent past, LSAT proctors – high on power and ineptitude – have written up students for innocently touching their pencils during the break, called time five minutes early, and confiscated analog wristwatches. On the other hand, a good LSAT proctor – usually a law student who’s slogged through an LSAT or three herself – will make your day a delight.
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A) As if law school admissions weren’t exciting enough, here’s a massive infographic about it. Above the Law.
B) The blog that covers the Supreme Court was denied a press credential to cover the Supreme Court. Politico.
C) Ooooh, who is “Company Doe?” We’ll find out soon. Wall Street Journal.
D) The former city manager of Bell, CA, will ring in 12 years of prison time for corruption. CNN.
E) Easter is still several days away, but the meme machine has already hopped to it. Heavy.