- Sep 16, 2011
A) An absolute must-read on the admissions data scandals at Villanova, Illinois and beyond (after reading our thoughts, of course.) National Law Journal.
B) The professor who called law school a scam is at it again, this time with a petition aimed at bringing attention to schools lying about LSAT scores. Plan B: Force every law school president to watch Liar Liar until they change their deceitful ways. Wall Street Journal.
C) Plan C: The same as Plan B, but with A Few Good Men — which allegedly based Tom Cruise’s character on four different dudes. ABA Journal.
D) Law schools have more curves than Scarlett Johansson’s photo album. (Rimshot!) Above the Law.
E) Car crashes aren’t funny. Unless this guy’s narrating one. Huffington Post.
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