Greedy Links: Take Our Advice Edition
We've got all kinds of advice for you this week. See below for that, but first some news links:
- Legal Current recounts a 60 Minutes piece in which
parsing definitions from Black's Law Dictionary figures prominently. 60 Minutes is now officially out of material.
- The New York Times invited a bunch of people to comment on the student debt issue. One more time for the record: we would be in favor of not having any.
- Justice Kennedy spoke to the graduating masses at Stanford about the
importance of law and freedom. The response, according to the San Francisco Chronicle:
students dozing off.
- The University of Illinois' "Clout List" continues to make news. The WSJ Law Blog says there's
a lawsuit brewing over public access to admissions records.
Read on for our handy advice:
Advice Your Parents Already Gave You
- The Am Law Daily says to eat a good breakfast.
- Always write a thank-you note. Or, according to Lateral Attorney Report, don't.
- Always look out for family. If Dad wants to start a second career as an associate, and you own a law firm, hire him. That's what the Connecticut Law Tribune would do, anyway.