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…
How Harvard encourages summers to not burn bridges.
Will Cooley Law be one of the first schools to succumb to the pressures of the new normal?
A police report and recent news stories contain additional information about the murder of Professor Dan Markel.
That’s one way to study Constitutional Law…
* “[T]he nation’s last explicit ban of the right to bear arms has bitten the dust.” On Saturday, a federal judge said D.C. couldn’t ban the carrying of guns in public for self-defense. [Legal Times]
* Late on Friday, Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage was tossed by a state judge, making it latest in a string of major legal victories for marriage equality. Congrats, Floridians! [Bloomberg]
* There’s been some new updates in the case of Dan Markel, the young FSU Law professor who was murdered in his own home. We’ll have more on the details police released later today. [CNN]
* “I’ve come to the realization I’d really like to have a paycheck at some point.” Ouch. Law school graduates in Florida are starting to feel the pain of a very tough job market, and they’re not too happy about the situation. [Tampa Bay Times]
* “[T]hey treat us like step children instead of adoptees.” A group of Texas Wesleyan Law graduates have filed a complaint (in vain?) with the ABA in the pursuit of new diplomas from Texas A&M Law. [WFAA 8]
The Boston Bar Association is cross that I made fun of Suffolk Law’s new ads comparing them to Yale, Harvard, and Columbia.
What would possess him to react so strangely and with so many curse words?
Law students are the worst. What was this guy trying to hide?
Did he make a cheesy webpage about himself explaining how he’s going to be president? Oh, but he did.