Katie’s Blog: Essays, News, Marginalia
:: Apropos of my last post on student loan debt, here’s an article on how some law schools seem to be interested in making a lot of money in these hard economic times.
:: How much protection do we want to give to lenders of student loans? How can we implement better counseling for prospective law students, even when they don’t want to hear it?
:: A new Geico commercial got me thinking about gender and race in the workplace. (Probably not their intent.) First, read this commentary by the pre-Fox-News version of Dennis Miller (back when he was still not a right-wing weirdo), part of his list of the Top Ten...
In honor of the final 10 days of the production of Core Grammar for Lawyers (coregrammar.com), I'm reposting this column from Slate.com on "logical" punctuation. Specifically, the author suggests that a punctuation trend in the U.S. is leading the way for U.S. writers...
:: I see many of my students in the voice of this writer. I also see myself when I was a 1L so many years ago.
:: Researchers and the University of Chicago discovered that taking time to write reflectively about one’s anxieties helps a test-taker’s performance.