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Think Twice Before Writing Your Letter of Rec for Law School

Carpenters have a rule of thumb before sawing a piece of wood: "Measure twice; cut once." It works for many ventures, including the adventure of law school. For aspiring law students seeking letters of recommendation, it starts with thinking twice. Here… read more...

Woman Arrested for Celebrity Booking Scam in Las Vegas

Anyone can claim to know a bunch of celebrities they can call at the drop of a hat. But it takes a special talent to convince people to pay large sums of money for those pretend connections. One such fraudster has been arrested in a Las Vegas celebrity… read more...

Social Media Shouts '#MeToo' and BigLaw Listens

In case you missed it, social media is a force to be reckoned with in the law. It's not just a medium for social connections, like Facebook. And it's more than a referral medium, like LinkedIn. Social media has the power to change the law, like it just… read more...

200 Roosters Held in Arkansas Jail Evidence in Cockfighting Case

What do you do when you have to keep hundreds of roosters as evidence of a crime? Put 'em in jail. That's what one Arkansas sheriff decided to do after arresting over a hundred people suspected of participating in cockfighting. Now a court will have… read more...

Bar Pass Rates Up Overall, but Not Everywhere

Perhaps there is a light at the end of the tunnel for law school graduates, as a new report shows the first-time bar pass rate inched up three percent nationwide last year. The American Bar Association released the report, which shows bar pass rates… read more...
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