Logical Reasonings / 4.24.19

A. Last reminder! Tonight, 11:59 pm EDT, is the deadline to register for the June LSAT. LSAC

B. This is the last LSAT that will definitely be given to you in its traditional, paper-and-pencil format, so if you don’t sign up, you should at least start playing around with the digital LSAT. LSAC

C. Cornell Law alum Frank Langrais was one of the 400 firefighters who were battling the flames that damaged Notre Dame. Cornell

D. Congrats to those who took the February 2019 New York bar exam. The results are out, and it was the highest passage rate among first-time takers from ABA-accredited schools since 2014. Above the Law

E. Government attorneys are not only less compensated than their private sector counterparts — sometimes they also contract flea-borne diseases from their workplace. LA Times

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Logical Reasonings / 4.22.19

A. This Wednesday is the deadline to sign up for the June LSAT, which is the last exam that will be given in its traditional paper-and-pencil format for all test takers. LSAC

B. With bar exam passage rates in toilet across the country, Above the Law rounded up a list of the law schools with the best — and worst — first-time passage rates. Above the Law

C. 2020 presidential nominee Elizabeth Warren proposed a sweeping student loan forgiveness plan that would be highly relevant to law students planning to pursue a career in public service. CNN

D. Passover is ongoing, and if you’re a 90s gentile, it may be the case that an embarrassing amount of your knowledge about this holiday comes from the 1995 Passover-themed Rugrats episode. Here’s a fact check of that (surprisingly accurate) version. Alma.

E. It’s also Earth Day, so Vox rounded up some of the things we’ve learned since the last Earth Day. Vox

Logical Reasonings / 4.19.19

A. To everyone who took the March LSAT, congrats on getting your score back! We hope your score was everything you dreamed of, but even if it wasn’t, there’s always next time.

B. In fact, you have a few days to decide whether you want to sign up for the June 2019 LSAT — the last for-sure, no-doubt paper-and-pencil test. Registration deadline is next Wednesday. LSAC

C. Kim Kardashian is proving that family connections are always the fastest path to a job offer in the legal field. TMZ

D. The alumni network of the soon-to-be shuttered Western State School of Law are working to give the 3Ls there an actual graduation ceremony. Above the Law

E. The erudite attorneys at the ABA Journal aggregated what they consider to be the best coverage of the Mueller report. ABA Journal\