* In all the excitement of being back yesterday, I’d forgotten to note that TV’s Screech was arrested for allegedly stabbing a guy in Wisconsin. Mr. Belding is reportedly pissed. [ABC News]
* United Airlines is suing a 22-year-old for pointing out that they routinely rip-off passengers. Sounds… well, a lot like something United Airlines would do. [WGN]
* Boston law schools lose over a third of their enrollment. Except Harvard. Harvard’s doing just fine. [TaxProf Blog]
* President adopts a werewolf. There’s one important reason you haven’t seen this on Fox News yet. [Lowering the Bar]
* Want to test yourself with a Con Law final exam about Ebola? [Dorf on Law]
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