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    Non-Sequiturs: 07.10.14

    * According to his former lawyer, The Situation’s tan is as fake as his checks. [Defamer /Gawker]

    * The folks at New Republic explain the Notorious R.B.G. phenomenon in such excruciating detail as to make it really kind of awkward. [New Republic]

    * Lawyer who asked trainee 78 times to have sex with him and then secretly filmed her around the office gets an eight-month suspension and a fine. Seems like it should be more than that… [The Age]

    * Dealing with outfit “compliments” and maintaining your confidence. Frankly, learning how to deal with passive-aggressive jerks is an important skill for any working lawyer. [Corporette]

    * Law schools are in trouble, but something’s blocking reform: the ABA. Seriously, this article is probably a shocker if you haven’t been reading ATL for years. [Forbes]

    * Day 3 of the Sterling trial: wherein Donald calls his wife a “pig.” [mitchell epner]

    * Here’s why law students should care about legal funding. So they don’t screw up funding their cases as much as they did their education. [LFC 360]

    * Remember the brutal fan beating last year of a San Francisco Giants fan? A jury finds that the Los Angeles Dodgers acted negligently. [ESPN]

    * Corporate litigator leaves her gig to start a “Cat Cafe.” Which is exactly what it sounds like. [Denver Cat Co]

    4 Comments / / Jul 10, 2014 at 5:14 PM
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    World Series Winners (Or Their Fans, At Least) Are Above the Law

    The Giants won the World Series yesterday, and San Francisco literally went up in flames. Fun!

    14 Comments / / Oct 29, 2012 at 3:12 PM
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    Whoops, the San Francisco Giants Forgot to Trademark Their Logo

    Nobody ever seems to believe me when I say this, but San Francisco gets chilly. It is cold most of the time. And foggy. The warmest time of year is right now, in late October. If you come to visit in July, and you stay in the city, and you will get cold. That’s why […]

    32 Comments / / Oct 18, 2011 at 2:24 PM