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A. Tomorrow at 9 am we’re holding an Early Bird Sale to help you prep for the November LSAT. You’ll get $300 off any classroom course with the promo code earlybird300 and $75 off the first month of an online course subscription with the promo code earlybird75. Blueprint LSAT

B. Best of luck to all those who are taking the first day of bar exam today! It sure is testing season right now … Law.com

C. …Which means it’s also a great time to remind everyone studying for either the bar or the LSAT that these exams are challenging and they are not a measure of your self worth. Above the Law

D. U.S. News & World Report has some tips for pre-law types who plan to use their J.D. to pursue a career in politics. U.S. News & World Report

E. North Carolina Central University’s law school almost lost its ABA accreditation, but will get to keep it. But I want to focus on this article’s grave causation fallacy, arguing that the school keeping its accreditation will help its students to do better on the bar exam (when in fact students doing well on the bar exam helps the school keep its accreditation). WUNC

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