Blind Drunk(?) Justice, Episode 4

Blind Drunk Justice, Episode 4

For those of you with some extra time to kill, here are links to the stories we discussed in this week’s episode:

Body guard sues Britney, BL1Y can’t remember his hypothetical MPRE question, a Jew and a queer walk into a bar, Latham and Watkins now on iTunes, a stunning new research tool, the ABA’s LGBTIJ backs the Uniform Bar Exam, Law School Transparency told to take a hike, and the Lawsuit Zues, aka: Jonathan Lee Richards.

Also, follow this guy on Twitter for no good reason.

[Update: See the comments below for more information on the Jewish American Bar Association, aka: JABA no badda!

And yes, I know I said "intentional infliction of distress" and not "intentional infliction of emotional distress," but really, is there a type of distress other than emotional?]

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8 Responses to “Blind Drunk(?) Justice, Episode 4”

  1. thenambypamby Says:

    I’m scared to listen to it.

  2. David Shulman Says:

    First of all, thanks for the free publicity. I appreciate it. Second, there have been a couple updates from the link that you posted, and discussed.

    It turns out, that the “Jewish American Bar Association” doesn’t really exist. It’s not a voluntary bar association. It’s not a tax-exempt entity. It is a for profit corporation incorporated in 2009 and owned by a non-lawyer.

    This is not an ad for a law firm. They don’t charge the “clients.” This is a non-attorney who wants to charge Jews to pay them so they can be referred out.

    It’s offensive to me as a Jew, and it’s offensive to me as a lawyer.

    If you’ll permit me (and yes, I admit I’m engaging in a bit of self promotion, but it does also update what’s going on), my first update is here:

    and my second update, which is the far more important one, and includes an email from the so called “Jewish American Bar Association” is here which discusses why the group is fraudulent.

    Also, I’ve contacted the Florida bar about this too, and they’re looking into it.

  3. bl1y Says:

    Thanks for the Twitter shoutout, we may have gotten more free publicity than you did.

  4. thenambypamby Says:


  5. Joshua Says:

    Lol school strikes again. I seriously had nothing going for me in Business Associations last night.

  6. Lawyer for Hire Says:

    “It’s offensive to me as a Jew, and it’s offensive to me as a lawyer.”

    Ditto. Yet another reason to dislike Florida

  7. wlmingtonwave Says:

    Florida: because New Jersey was not trashy enough.

  8. Vinnie Says:

    These guys need to get pussy. If they did, they wouldn’t be so busy with the law.

    I think the law is a good way to get pussy. I don’t think getting pussy is worth going to law school for though.

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