Maybe claiming undue hardship isn’t as impossible as it seems, if you truly have no hope…
A New Jersey attorney has been accused of trying to extort her married ex-lover — another attorney. What a hot mess…
* Dean Chemerinsky lays out how the Supreme Court is protecting local corruption. It’s what the Framers would have intended. [New York Times]
* In response to the latest article from Professor Michael Krauss, a former student suggests that maybe the so-called “justice gap” is a good thing. It kind of comes down to how much you believe in the efficiency value of the “American Rule.” [That's My Argument]
* The eternal question for female lawyers: do you dye your hair or embrace the gray? [Gray Hair]
* Boston’s drivers suck. [The Faculty Lounge]
* A well-written tribute to a Nashville civil rights lawyer. [Nashville Scene]
* This seems like a place to remind people that David’s going to Houston next month. [Above the Law]
* Here’s a new game to check out. It’s a twisted dirty word game called F**ktionary (affiliate link), so obviously it was made by a lawyer. It’s kind of like Cards Against Humanity meets Scattergories, which is just as fun as it sounds. The promo is after the jump….
A Canadian perspective on what U.S. law schools need to do to survive in a challenging market.
Are you aware of all these great job opportunities for graduating law students and recent law school graduates?
How will law schools be spending their money starting next year?
This post is less of a 1L “survival guide” and more of an umbrella for 1Ls drowning in BS.
Faculty are unlikely allays in the textbook wars.
Perhaps we’ve finally plugged the brain drain away from law schools.
Would you rather be a lawyer or a plumber? Justice Ginsburg’s opinion is amusing.
This law student did something pretty crazy. What in the world was he thinking?