- Dec 17, 2011
A) Law School Transparency has once again set its sights on graduate employment data, and this time it hopes it will actually work. National Law Journal.
B) This story about SAT cheating flubs some info about the LSAT, but it’s still an interesting read. CNN.
C) There’s a thief stealing books at the University of Missouri School of Law. Above the Law.
D) A defense lawyer might be removed from a case after using her client’s twin brother in a preliminary hearing. I get chills thinking of the repercussions had this happened in Judge Judy’s courtroom. Kansas City Star.
E) There are a lot of end-of-the-year best-of lists. This is one of the more special ones: The 30 most important cats of 2011. BuzzFeed.
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