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    3rd Circuit, Cocaine / Crack, Crime, Dolores Sloviter, Law Schools, Non-Sequiturs, Politics, Saira Rao, Tax Law

    Non-Sequiturs: 03.11.13

    * Recently ousted Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has a new law firm. Apparently not everyone’s a winner at Nixon Peabody these days. [Political Intelligence / Boston Globe]

    * So, and maybe I’m reading too much into this story, I think this guy likes cocaine. [The Pulp / Broward Palm Beach Times]

    * If you’re at NYU, the Law Review has been holding out on you with a private stockpile of outlines. Prometheus brings them to the masses. I don’t know why this person chose a terrible movie for a pseudonym. [PrometheusNYU]

    * If you’re doing your taxes in Minnesota, you’d better be using H&R Block, because the authorities have warned taxpayers not to use TurboTax. [Tax Prof Blog]

    * Burglar foiled by “supernatural figure.” [Legal Juice]

    * Judge Dolores Sloviter, the former Chief Judge of the Third Circuit, announced that she’s taking senior status. That should lighten the load on her law clerks… [Legal Intelligencer]

    * Earlier today, Staci was on HuffPo Live talking about the plight of recent law school graduates. Video after the jump….

    5 Comments / / Mar 11, 2013 at 5:31 PM
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    Tropical Depression: The Latest in ‘Clerkship Lit’

    Move over, chick lit. Make way for “clerk lit”! Over the past few years, we’ve seen a number of novels focused on the clerkship, a professional rite of passage for many a prestige-obsessed young lawyer. In these books, plucky law-clerk protagonists have tried to do justice while also holding on to their jobs (and their […]

    31 Comments / / Mar 22, 2011 at 1:47 PM