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Steps Taken to Nix LSAT, GRE Score Requi…

A group has taken steps to remove the mandate that law schools use “valid and reliable” test scores when considering potential law students. 

Ex-Michigan Lawyer Arrested for Stealing…

Jason Jonca, a former attorney in Michigan, was arrested for allegedly forging the signatures of his clients and stealing their settlement money. So reports The New York Daily News.

Graffiti Artists Sue Developer for Destr…

A New York City jury found a real estate developer acted illegally by tearing down the 5Pointz complex in Queens as the building was home to graffiti murals considered “art”...

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A group has taken steps to remove the mandate that law schools use “valid and reliable” test scores when considering potential law students. 

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Jason Jonca, a former attorney in Michigan, was arrested for allegedly forging the signatures of his clients and stealing their settlement money. So reports The New York Daily News.

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A New York City jury found a real estate developer acted illegally by tearing down the 5Pointz complex in Queens as the building was home to graffiti murals considered “art” spayed onto its walls. So reports The New York Times.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is preparing to sue the NFL regarding Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract. So reports The New York Post.

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Utah chains Sodalicious and Swig settled a lawsuit over the sale of sugary “dirty sodas.” So reports the Salt Lake Tribune.

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Steps Taken to Nix LSAT, GRE Score Requi…

A group has taken steps to remove the mandate that law schools use “valid and reliable” test scores when considering potential law students. 

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