* Too many students who still apply and attend law school, convinced they are the special snowflake that will beat the odds, are just lying to themselves. [Law and More]
* A new motion in the case of Adnan Syed, featured in the inaugural and highly successful first season of the Serial podcast, casts doubt on key evidence used to convict him. [Gawker]
* Attention in-house counsel: Please, please, please stop sending money to a Nigerian prince. It is, in fact, a scam. [Corporate Counsel]
* The legal battle to define mayo has reached its conclusion. Cutting edge of the legal world people. [Slate]
* Colleges are back in session and have to deal with the ramifications of incredibly offensive and juvenile behavior. Again. [Popehat]
* Is it possible there will be a legal research competitor to Lexis and Westlaw? Or Nah? [William Ha]
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* What kind of a lawyer can’t spot a Nigerian scammer before being bilked out of millions? If you fell for that, please hit me up. I have a bridge I’d like to sell you. [Washington Post] * Will Juliette Youngblood, the self-proclaimed “luckiest girl in the world,” still feel the same way if her […]