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Disgruntled Law Professor Takes Frustration Out on Class

SAN FRANCISCO – Whenever law professor Myron Atwood teaches first year torts, two things remain constant: the students look progressively younger and he continues to deeply loathe each and every one of them.  Disgruntled and professionally frustrated in his nineteenth year … Continue reading

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1Ls Beginning to Notice Ominous Signs Regarding Their Job Prospects

JACKSONVILLE – Justin Medlock is a typical first year student, or 1L, at Florida Coastal School of Law.  After finishing his bachelor’s degree in biology and deciding his grades were not medical school material, Medlock opted to take the LSAT and … Continue reading

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Under-Performing Law Schools Face Relegation

CHICAGO — The American Bar Association sent the law school world into a tizzy with the introduction of soccer-style relegation for under-performing institutions.  The organization claims the move will address concerns over the quality of legal education and benefit students. … Continue reading

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Fans Reject J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Law School”

NEW YORK CITY — The magic touch of billionaire and once-beloved author J.K. Rowling seems to have run out.  Only days after its inglorious debut, piles of unsold copies of her new novel, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Law School, collect dust … Continue reading

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Medical Doctor Wishes He Stuck with Pre-Law

ROCHESTER, MN — On paper, Doctor Henry R. Thornton seems to have a storybook life.  He graduated top of his class from the Duke University School of Medicine, did his residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and finished his … Continue reading

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2L Phenom Leaves Early, Enters ABA Draft

ANN ARBOR, MI — Joey Tatum, star student on the Michigan Law School ’12 team, has decided to forgo his 3L year by entering the American Bar Association Draft this Fall.  Tatum made his announcement at a press conference Wednesday afternoon. “It … Continue reading

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“Associate Gladiators” gets Big Ratings on truTV

NEW YORK CITY — The battle for prime associate positions at a prestigious Manhattan law firm has proven to be a ratings darling for cable television network truTV.  In “Associate Gladiators,” incoming young attorneys compete against each other in physical … Continue reading

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