Philip K. Howard
* When you look back and see only one set of footprints, that was when Jesus was telling you, “Don’t go to law school.” [Law School Lemmings]
* Attention summers! Here’s a cavalcade of advice on not acting like an a**hole. [Corporette]
* ABA committee approves new accreditation standards allowing more students to enter without taking the bar exam. Texas breathes a sigh of relief. [LSAT Blog]
* This is the nerdiest law school final ever. Bravo. [Law and the Multiverse]
* Judge and prosecutor discuss dinosaurs. [New Yorker]
* I know a physician sending sexts while patients are under is serious, but I just can’t help but envision Dr. Nick Riviera. [Seattle Times]
* Law firms are rushing to get into the marriage equality game — but only on one side. [Reuters]
* Here’s a nice little listicle of famous female criminals. Just in time for Orange Is The New Black. [Arrest Records]
* Virginia State Senator resigns and changes the leadership of the Senate to the opposite party. Why would he do this? His daughter isn’t going to get a judgeship out of this or anything is she? [Slate]
* The Republicans are in long-term trouble. Maybe they should consider becoming the “party of innovation.” Apparently regulation is the only thing holding that back. Not investing in education, infrastructure, or having a government hostile to science. [National Review]
* Philip K. Howard, the author of The Rule of Nobody (affiliate link) sat down with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show last night. Video after the jump….
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* Does this explain Boies Schiller’s great media coverage? Their PR person is in bed with the media. [Gawker and AllThingsD] * Speaking of romantic entanglements, here are six rules for law firm dating, in case you don’t follow Rule #1: Don’t. [Sweet Hot Justice] * McDermott isn’t the only law firm switching digs. The […]