A) Obama’s controversial healthcare law will reach the Supreme Court March 2012. Will his landmark legislation be dealt a legal blow, or be received with surprising approval? The Wall Street Journal.
B) You have competition now Yale, Harvard, and Stanford! UC Irvine School of Law is rapidly climbing the list of whose graduates populate federal judicial clerkships. Thomson Reuters.
C) Discouraged by scarce employment opportunities, more and more women are turning to higher education (and more so than their male counterparts). Will women have an advantage over men in the coming decade? The New York Times.
D) I’m sure you have had your fair share of 2011 reviews, but check out this legal-specific 2011 year in review and read highlights on the Supreme Court, litigation, law schools, and much more. The National Law Journal.
E) There are so many balls to juggle at any given time. This is perhaps a novel idea for when you get super stressed from LSAT preparation, law school, and life in general. The Huffington Post.
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