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Tuesday, April 10, 2007 

Things I Learned Today from ATL

I had the opportunity to catch up on my legal gossip and gutter news at Above the Law. After checking out a few of the stories, I realized something. The people who enter the legal profession are not above any sort of behavior. Some law school deans are willing to bust a move for charity... and be videotaped...

Some law students are willing to take off their gear for Playboy TV (WARNING: This link is far from G-rated). No, I'm not embedding that video. If you're really interested, the URL is in the comments of the ATL post.

Remember, a law degree is not a guarantee of good judgment.

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