Thursday, February 05, 2004

Practice LSAT

(2) The judge receives a bribe of $ 5,000 from the plaintiff's lawyer. He then receives a bribe of $ 10,000 from the defendant's lawyer. The judge should:

a. Notify the state bar association

b. Notify the police

c. Notify the FBI

d. (The correct answer) Return $ 5,000 to the defendant and try the case on the merits.

Also from the same article:

"Economics is a closed system; internally it is perfectly logical, operating according to a consistent set of principles. Unfortunately, the same could be said of psychosis." J. JONES & W. WILSON, AN INCOMPLETE EDUCATION 124 (1987).

For more fun, see How Not to Succeed in Law School, 100 Yale L J 1679.

Good times, good times.

1 comment:

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