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Monthly Archives: April 2012
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A) The American Bar Association is considering dropping the LSAT…again. ABA Journal. B) Get ready to raise an eyebrow: Columbia Law School is changing how it reports job figures. NY Post. C) Here are some tips for reducing expenses in … Read Entire Article…
Apr 30, 2012 - 4:32 pm - By Hank
The NBA Playoffs tip off this weekend, and I’m so excited I could elbow someone in the head.
Among the notable storylines in the Western Conference this year are the veteran Spurs locking down the No. 1 seed, the high-flying Clippers returning to the postseason for the first time in six years, and the defending champion Dallas Mavericks limping in as the No. 7 seed because they spent too much time this season wiping down last year’s trophy. In the Eastern Conference, the Bulls earned the top seed, the No. 3 seed Pacers will face the Dwight Howard-less Magic, and the Knicks will battle LeBron James’s receding hairline and the Miami Heat.
Although most players didn’t graduate college, it takes brains to win in the NBA Playoffs.
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A) The US inmate population dropped for the third consecutive year. Are fewer people committing crimes, or are more prisoners figuring out how to escape? Bureau of Justice Statistics. B) KFC ordered to pay $8.3 million to a girl who … Read Entire Article…
Apr 27, 2012 - 4:05 pm - By Hank
Because the LSAT prep GIFs were such a hit last week…
What sanity looks like to LSAT prep students:
An ineffective way for LSAT prep students to get rid of a grumbling stomach:
A) Mad about that tuition hike? Gather 300,000 of your friends and protest it. Chronicle. B) A court has found Liberia’s former president guilty of war crimes. CNN. C) The NFL might get rid of the Pro Bowl. There goes … Read Entire Article…
Apr 26, 2012 - 4:48 pm - By Hank
If you applied for admission to the law school class of 2015 you might now find yourself in the enviable position of having to make a decision between multiple offers of admission (yay you!). For the sake of this blog post, let’s say that you have it narrowed down to two schools. According to Anna Ivey, it’s not a great idea to put down multiple deposits for law school admission. It just confuses those bureaucrats in the law school admissions office anyway. So what’s a soon to be law student to do? Make a f*%#ing decision!
All veiled cussing aside, I’m going to attempt to make your law school admissions decision just a tad bit easier with a list of possibly relevant factors:
Handling Multiple Offers for Law School Admissions Tip I: Location, Location, Location
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A) Another disabled student is suing LSAC for accommodated LSAT testing. Guess they were due. ABA Journal. B) Meet the guy taking over Hulett “Bucky” Askew’s soon-to-be-vacant law school watchdog position in the American Bar Association. (No word on if … Read Entire Article…
Apr 25, 2012 - 4:54 pm - By Hank
A) Eight out of ten dentists agree: One in five New York law school graduates are finding jobs at small law firms. Law. B) If you haven’t learned about LSAT fallacies in your LSAT prep class yet, here’s a fallacious … Read Entire Article…
Apr 24, 2012 - 4:41 pm - By Hank