- Dec 22, 2011
A) Even law school readings won’t prepare you to review 65 million documents for one case. Above the Law.
B) Correlation and causation get confused again, this time in the realm of marriage. Shine.
C) Lincoln Memorial University’s new law school is still struggling to get ABA approval.
D) A former law professor supports jury nullification — at least in cases concerning marijuana. ABA Journal.
E) Seventeen movies to get excited for in 2012 (Breaking Dawn Part 2 unfortunately didn’t make the cut). The Atlantic.
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