Non-Sequiturs: 03.10.09

Thomas Jefferson School of Law.JPG* For a certain segment of the population, these layoffs won’t be real until Cravath does it. Of course, if things keep going as they are, the rest of the population will soon eat that certain segment of the population. [The Faculty Lounge]

* One hundred and twenty five lawyers gathered in NYC yesterday to hear a panel of experts discuss the legal job market. Shockingly, no riots broke out. That tells me we haven’t hit the bottom. [AmLaw Daily]

* Here’s what you should be prepared for in an interview. Apparently, interviewers will not test your “open groveling” skills, who knew? [Let’s Talk Turkey]

* A new blog, sponsored by Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, focuses on young lawyers. Evidently, not all young lawyers are hiding out in a cave waiting for the economic apocalypse to accept their capitulation. [Young Lawyers Blog]

* The IQ of attorneys is going down. Luckily, I no longer understand what that means. [Legal Writing Prof Blog via The Lawyer]

* Best Tax Movies. You think I’m joking. [TaxProf Blog]

* The site of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego is apparently a prehistoric goldmine. I don’t have a joke here. But since it’s me and the article talks about a mammoth, I’m sure somebody in the comments will have a brilliant funny-funny. [San Diego Tribune]

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