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:

    http://tinyurl.com/23qacz7

    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 http://tinyurl.com/2bqs9wz 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:

    JABA!

  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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