I’ve been randomly selecting sites from my blogroll to see what’s happening in the blogosphere.
Unfortunately, I don’t do this enough and resolve to be more interested in what other like minded blogs are talking about so that I can share the results with you guys, from time to time.
Above The Law is a great start…
* According to the Second Circuit, the long arm of the law doesn’t extend to the middle finger. You can’t just go around arresting dudes for flipping you the bird. [U.S. Second Circuit / FindLaw]
* President Obama jetted off to Hawaii before he could sign the fiscal cliff bill, so he ordered it be signed by autopen. Of course, people are losing their minds over it. [Volokh Conspiracy]
* Should we scrap the Constitution? Georgetown Law professor Louis Seidman continues to advocate for constitutional disobedience in this epic ConLaw throwdown. [HuffPost Live]
* Don’t celebrate your increase in California bar passage points yet. The state bar changed its tune, and a 40% pass rate is the new standard. That shouldn’t be hard, eh TJSL? [California Bar Journal]
* For the love of God, even Gawker knows that going to law school these days is a fool’s errand, or in their own words: “IT’S A SUCKER’S BET. A CLEAR SUCKER’S BET.” Come on, stop being suckers. [Gawker]
* If you’d like to hear Dean Lawrence Mitchell of NYT op-ed fame sound off on why there isn’t a lawyer oversupply problem, and why it isn’t his job to get law students jobs, we’ve got a video for you to watch….
- Non-Sequiturs: 01.02.13 (abovethelaw.com)
- Non-Sequiturs: 01.04.13 (abovethelaw.com)
- Non-Sequiturs: 01.03.13 (abovethelaw.com)
- There Are Two Law School Grads for Every Lawyer Job (gawker.com)