Airplanes / Aviation, Law Schools, Non-Sequiturs, Sports

Non-Sequiturs: 02.28.12

* Huh. It turns out people have been criticizing law schools for the same reasons for more than 100 years. There is literally nothing new under the sun. [Inside The Law School Scam]

* This takes my disgust with airline cell phone rules to a whole new level. Congress needs to get on this, stat. [The Legal Satyricon]

* Two Emory law professors say law school deans might be guilty of “mail and wire fraud, conspiracy, racketeering, and making false statements” as part of the creation of the U.S. News rankings? Holy s**t. I don’t even know if Elie would go that far. [Social Science Research Network via Chronicle of Higher Education]

* If for some reason you are considering going to a correspondence law school in New York, you may want to reconsider. Especially if you want to sit for the bar exam. [Adjunct Law Prof Blog]

* How many lawsuits would a Fighting Sioux file if a Fighting Sioux could file suit? A lot. [The Legal Blitz]

*A Georgetown law student had the gall to tell Congress that birth control is too expensive. This apparently makes her “sex-crazed” and incapable of “sacrificing temporary pleasure for the sake of long-term success.” [CNS News, Hot Air]

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