- Dec 13, 2011
A) A law grad needs to earn at least three times his or her law school tuition to live a life with “adequate” financial viability. As long as “adequate” doesn’t involve wearing a sharkskin suit to work every day. National Law Journal.
B) Law students tempted by public interest summer fellowships beware: Most of them are haunted. (Just kidding. Although some of them are not as they appear.) US News.
C) If you’re leaning toward the University of Pennsylvania Law School, get ready for some food trucks. Daily Pennsylvanian.
D) No worries. Lawyer Cat is on the case. Lawyer Cat.
E) Time Magazine’s annual end-of-the-year top 10 lists are always a fascinating read, but the fact that it listed Fast Five in the best movies of 2011 category sort of discredits the entire publication. Time.
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