Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 03.17.11

* Drunk, poor, and unemployed. No, the Wall Street Journal isn’t talking about ways to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day – they’re talking about the reasons why people aren’t applying to law school. [Wall Street Journal]

* Is it really in the public interest to hear what John Edwards had to say in his depo about making a sex tape with his mistress? The media should be more like the commentariat: pics or it didn’t happen. [Washington Post]

* Charlie Sheen fell victim to warlock trickery after JAMS decided that his $100M legal dispute should go to arbitration. He’s going to need to smoke a lot of Charlie Sheen, because duh, he’s not winning. [TODAY News]

* Jenn Sterger, please don’t be an Indian giver. I, for one, would love to read a book from Game of Inches, LLC, because as we all know, size matters, especially when it comes to Brett Favre. [New York Post]

* You know it’s bad when your client’s case is bombing harder than The Situation at the Trump Roast. Widener Law’s Lawrence Connell may be fired over an in-class hypothetical. [National Law Journal]

* You’re not going to want your baby back-baby back-baby back ribs from Chili’s anymore after reading about this. My take: you’d have an easier time finding a needle in a hay stack than your mashed potatoes. [New York Daily News]

* The IRS confirms that there’s no such thing as a free lunch, much less a free doughnut. After winning a year’s supply of doughnuts, a baseball fan faces some serious tax consequences. [ABA Journal]

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