Legally Blonde – Hollwyood Does It Again

This is what law school looks like. As per Hollywood. Don’t you love the way Hollywood treats lawyers and the courtoom? Whether its Emilio Estevez kidding around with the judge in The Mighty Ducks, or melodramatic courtroom dramas replete with emotion charged speeches, Hollywood treats the courtoom as a stage for a broadway show. I’d […]

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US Law Firm Claims $500 Million Damages From Indian Software Maker

Early this year, Indian outsourcing company Satyam‘s former CEO Ramalingam Raju accepted in a letter to all shareholders that he’d fudged the accounting books and inflated profits. The fraud amount to almost $2 billion. The shares of the company immediately tanked and the future of the company looks debatable today. I’ve been following this scandal because […]

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Law School Admissions Guide eBook

I got a few mails in the past week about this law school admissions guide. I went over to the site and checked it out. Normally I’m quite vary of any site that asks me to pay upfront before I access any info, but then I thought – what the heck, its just $27 – […]

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Best LSAT Prep Books

The LSAT is one of the most difficult graduate exams to crack. Preparing for the LSAT can be a nightmare without the proper books and course materials. We look at some of the LSAT prep books and tell you which ones are worth your time (and money): 1. The Official LSAT PrepTest 51: The Official […]

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How to Become a Notary Public

The office of the notary public is rooted in history. Right from the time of the Roman Empire, notaries were employed to be the witness for signing documents and administrator of oaths. Later, in the middle ages, notaries became even more prominent and were employed by the Pope or the Archbishop, which virtually gave notaries […]

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Law School Admissions Essay I

What do Law Schools look for in application essays? The admissions committee at any law school looks at your application (which includes transcripts, LSAT scores, recommendations, and personal statement), they essentially seek the answer to one single question: Can this person succeed at this school, and will he actually make a good lawyer upon graduating? […]

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