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Logical Reasonings

A. A surely knackered chap studying to be a barrister in foggy ol’ London dropped a clanger and was caught using the dodgy strategy of bringing unauthorized notes written in invisible ink to an exam. The gobsmacked headmaster surely threw him out of the classroom right quick arse over tit. The Telegraph

B. Responding to an article written in last Sunday’s NY Times about working for a cartoonishly mean estate planning attorney in the 90s, a writer ponders whether law schools make people jerks. Above the Law

C. Bad news for students still waiting around for their scholarships from the One Door for Education Foundations—former U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown was found guilty in federal court for using funds from that charity for lavish parties, trips, and shopping. CBS News

D. Lawyers for Good Government—a volunteer collective, formerly known as Lawyers of the Left, of lawyers, law students, and activists—just dropped their newest mixtape, a detailed timeline of all of the connections between Russia and pro-Russian individuals and Trump and his associates, going all the way back to 1984. There are, um, a lot notes starting around 2016. Lawyers for Good Government

E. And finally, The Rock considers running for the president to be “a real possibility.” He shares at least one trait with the current president. GQ