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A) The World Trade Center is now the tallest building in the western hemisphere at the symbolic height of 1,776 feet tall. LA Times. B) Student loan debt is now over $1 trillion, and a major hindrance to economic growth … Read Entire Article…
May 10, 2013 - 2:05 pm - By Hank
A) What state has the most difficult bar exam? Sorry, California residents. Above the Law. B) Interested in government and public interest jobs? You might want to go to one of these law schools. The National Law Journal. C) A … Read Entire Article…
Apr 12, 2013 - 1:28 pm - By Hank
A) You just got served! The government will find you, and use Facebook to let you know you’ve just been sued. Above the Law. B) Ban to renew assault weapons ban won over the Senate Judiciary Committee, and is now … Read Entire Article…
Mar 14, 2013 - 4:16 pm - By Hank
Another LSAT administration, another weather delay.
Just four months after Hurricane Sandy caused a delay in the release of October LSAT scores, a blizzard in the northeast United States has forced LSAC to close a number of February LSAT testing centers. The full list of LSAT testing centers that will be closed can be found here. As of Friday morning there are eight states affected: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Three February LSAT testing centers in Canada have also been closed.
If you were scheduled to take the February LSAT in one of the affected LSAT testing centers, you should receive a notification from LSAC about the situation, as well as an email within a week of when and where your rescheduled LSAT will take place.
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A) Get a step ahead and read 30 selected books that every lawyer should read. ABA Journal. B) It’s not just President Barack Obama and Congress that are keeping busy over the fiscal cliff, so are some lawyers who are … Read Entire Article…
Dec 31, 2012 - 12:29 pm - By Hank
A) Law schools should look to medical schools in making changes to reduce student loan debt. How about trim a year off of law school? Above the Law. B) NRA President tries to clarify their very controversial stance on arming … Read Entire Article…
Dec 27, 2012 - 5:17 pm - By Hank
A) With Susan Rice out of the race, Senator John Kerry is Obama’s choice as the next Secretary of State. CNN. B) The solution to gun violence? Easy, put armed security in all schools — according to the NRA. Time. … Read Entire Article…
Dec 21, 2012 - 5:29 pm - By Hank
As June LSAT test-takers may recall, the latest LSAT administration by the Law School Admissions Council featured, for the first time ever, two pages for Analytical Reasoning.
Turns out, it wasn’t an accident.
LSAC Director of Communications Wendy Margolis confirmed today through email that all future administrations of the LSAT would henceforth feature two pages for logic games.
Although this isn’t the kind of news story that will open The Situation Room, in the world of LSAT this is quite significant. Aside from higher printing costs for LSAC, it means you’ll have more room on logic games on LSAT test day to take notes/write out diagrams/doodle LSAT proctors with unibrows and devil horns. It also shows that with enough protest, LSAT test-takers can persuade LSAC to change its ways.
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A) Law school in a fury about rejected accreditation sued ABA. Courthouse News Service. B) Women are gearing up for a fight, and challenging certain policies of the military. Time. C) Obama’s administration blocks South Carolina voter ID law (S.C. … Read Entire Article…
Dec 27, 2011 - 4:07 pm - By Hank
Merry Spring-Enrollments-Are-Now-Open Day!
Although this time of year is always special, it’s an extra meaningful occasion this time around because starting in 2012, Blueprint LSAT Preparation is opening the doors to its live course in six new cities. As previously reported, we’re expanding to Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami and Seattle. Look at us go.
For several weeks, we’ve been hearing from students in those cities and elsewhere who have been itching to sign up. Starting today, you can scratch that itch. If you decide to sign up for a spring class today, though, be sure and do so by calling us before 6:30 p.m. PST. That’s when the new price for our course ($1,299) kicks in. The number is 888-4-BP-PREP if you have a phone in your hand right now (you know you do).
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