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Logical Reasonings

A. Cupid’s arrow — like the arrow that signifies that sufficient condition guarantees the presence of a necessary condition — has struck us at Blueprint. And speaking of presence, we have a Valentine gift for you: Starting next Monday, February 12th at 9 am PST, and through Friday, February 16th til 6 pm PST, you can get a $200 discount on Blueprint’s classroom course with the promo code LOVEBP. Blueprint LSAT

B. Or, during the same week, you can get 40% off our Logic Games and Reading Comprehension course books over on Amazon. Those will be offered for the all-time low price of $39.00. Amazon

C. Here’s the latest in the back-and-forth between University of Chicago Law and its students over the a flyer from the local chapter of the Edmund Burke Society that made disparaging remarks regarding immigrants. The dean plans to do nothing. Above the Law

D. Berkeley Law dean and con law don Erwin Chemerinsky gives his rundown of the five free speech cases the Supreme Court will hear this term. ABA Journal

E. Today in They Don’t Teach You This in Your Professional Responsibility Class: You can bind together your appellate brief in twine and submit that to the court. Although it should be noted that your class will teach you that you can’t represent two parties to a case simultaneously and make frivolous claims in a lawsuit. Portland Press Herald