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What Kim Kardashian’s Butt Can Teach You About The LSAT

Kim Kardashian’s backside has changed a lot over the years. Like your LSAT skills, it started small and simple. But just as your LSAT knowledge will eventually grow to be large and well-rounded, Kim’s buns have transformed into the internet-breaking phenomenon we all know and… well, maybe not love, so let’s just stick with “know.”

Believe it or not, that’s not the only thing we can learn about LSAT prep from Kim’s well-oiled globular assets.

There Will Be Ups and Downs
Kim’s bon-bon didn’t make a smooth progression to Sir Mix-a-Lot approval. There were plenty of ups and downs along the way as Kim shaped her badonk into its current shelf-like architecture.

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Nov 17, 2014 - 6:06 pm - By Yuko Sin
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Logical Reasonings / 11.17.14

We give you the inside scoop on the LSAT writing sample over at Pen and Chisel.

A low GPA doesn’t have to derail your law school applications. US News & World Report

Boston University School of Law is threatening to report thefts from common room refrigerators to the Massachusetts Bar. Wow, the Dean must have really been looking forward to his leftovers. Above the Law

The lawyer who dressed like Thomas Jefferson while defending himself has been disbarred for “inexplicable incompetence.” Yowza. ABA Journal

New York is getting what looks to be frickin’ awesome park. Gothamist

Nov 17, 2014 - 3:16 pm - By Greg Nix
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TODAY is the Last Day to Register for the December LSAT

Hear ye, hear ye! Ye olde town crier proclaimed crappy by all!

Oh wait. I mean…

Hear ye, hear ye! Today is the last day to register for the December LSAT!

That’s right, the inexorable march of time has led us to another LSAT registration deadline. Today is not only the final day test-takers are able to register for the December administration, but it’s also the final day that anyone already registered can receive a partial refund.

We’ve already talked about what these deadlines might mean to you, but now that we’ve reached the point of no return it behooves you to really examine where you’re at in your LSAT prep.

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Nov 14, 2014 - 6:06 pm - By Greg Nix
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Logical Reasonings / 11.14.14

We give some tips on studying during the December LSAT time crunch. Ivey Files

Should you join the Bar Association during law school? About.com

A disgraced law school dean shares videos of his poetry about strangers. <-- The best sentence I’ve ever written. Above the Law

Justices Scalia and Thomas are unhappy that SCOTUS declined to hear cases striking down five gay marriage bans last month. Also, apparently Buzzfeed does things that aren’t like thisBuzzfeed

Ted Cruz knows nothing about the internet. Fortunately, The Oatmeal does. The Oatmeal

Nov 14, 2014 - 2:04 pm - By Greg Nix
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Applying to Law School: Location, Location, Location?

In law school admissions land, it’s a question as old as time: How important is location when deciding where to apply? Is it dispositive? (Only go to a school in the area where you want to practice.) Highly persuasive? (All things considered, it’s a lot better to go to school where you want to practice.) Or mere dicta? (Sure, it would be nice, but other factors are more important.)

The answer, naturally, is it depends. But, on the whole, I’d argue you’re typically a lot better off going to school where you want to practice. Here’s why.

Four Factors to Consider When Applying to Law School
When applying to law school, you’re essentially balancing four factors.

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