Since a lot of you seem to hate Legally Blonde, how about The Firm as an uplifting film? Nothing like that to make you question BigLaw...anyway, it's on A&E at noon today, at least in my market.
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According to local news reports, an aspiring lawyer in the Philadelphia area thought he could leverage his law school admissions chances by getting a sneak look at the LSAT – so he left notes on the cars of two Law School Admissions Council employees, offering them generous compensation for an advance copy of the exam.
The LSAC contacted local police, who set up a sting. The would-be lawyer – a 27-year-old electrical engineer with his sights set on Columbia or NYU, and who was unhappy with two previous LSAT scores – purchased a copy of the test for $5,000 from a woman he thought was one of the LSAC employees. She was actually a Bucks County police detective, and she placed him under arrest.
The engineer is now facing criminal charges that could cost him up to 7 years in jail.
Um...who else got this?
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Um, this is a bit odd. I think I'll stick with Bama and their free I-tunes.
...at least for those of us applying this cycle...
Come Dec 22nd, we'll be so excited to get our scores and probably jump onto LSD to post "Yea! I got a X!" but then get stomped on by someone posting "Yea! I got ACCEPTED to X!" and then realize that an LSAT score by itself doesn't mean anything until you have an acceptance to go with it. Bummer.
Cat supposedly mated with dog and produced 6 offspring - 3 puppies and 3 kittens. All of the kittens died soon after birth leaving a cat to raise 3 puppies. DNA tests should be back this week to see if it's possible.