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Apprenticeship Program To Give Law Students Alternative To Bar Exam

Oregon will allow law students to complete an apprenticeship program in lieu of the bar exam. So reports Newser.


Law Firm Suing AI Company DoNotPay Has No Standing, Lawsuit Dismissed

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by a law firm in Illinois against AI shop DoNotPay that accuses the company of “engaging in the unauthorized practice of law.” So reports Reuters.


Diddy, Casandra Ventura Come To Terms In Rape Lawsuit

Singer Casandra Ventura settled an abuse and rape lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs one day after filing it. So reports CBS News.


Racing Fans Bring Suit After Track Delay Spoils Las Vegas Grand Prix

Racing fans upset about a multi-hour delay that interrupted the Las Vegas Grand Prix are filing a class-action lawsuit. So reports NBC News.


SpaceX Hiring Discrimination Lawsuit Tossed on Constitutional Grounds  

U.S. District Judge Rolando Olvera ruled the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) discrimination lawsuit against SpaceX cannot move forward. So reports The Verge.


Northwestern Law Professor with 49 Years of Experience Below School's Median Salary: Lawsuit

Philip Postlewaite, a 78-year-old professor at Northwestern Law, is suing the university for age discrimination. So reports Reuters.


Omegle Closes Shop After Settling $22M Sexual Abuse Lawsuit  

Anonymity-based video communication platform Omegle is shutting down services after it was hit with a number of complaints and legal actions. So reports NPR.


Ole Miss: Student Athlete Suing Coach Never Actually Removed from Team  

Lawyers representing Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin are seeking to have a lawsuit filed against him dismissed. So reports ESPN.


'Bump Stocks' Getting Day in SCOTUS as Circuit Courts Disagree Over Ban  

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case that will determine if “bump stocks,” which enable semi-automatic weapons to dramatically increase their rate of fire, are legal. So reports Vox.


University of South Dakota Law Plan’s Taylor Swift-centric Course  

University of South Dakota law professor Sean Kammer will teach a course focused entirely on pop sensation Taylor Swift. So reports Reuters.


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