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The Daily Memo - 9/26/07

check.jpgStanford is offering a new class to all graduate students, co-taught by the law school dean and nine other law profs, “Thinking Like a Lawyer.” It will presumably teach students how to bill 30 hours in a 12-hour work day. (Legal Profession Blog)

check.jpg“Is sorting law school’s only function?” (Concurring Opinions)

check.jpgSome Congressmen think that the FCC isn’t sufficiently repressing broadcast TV, so they’ve introduced the “how can you hate it”-named “Protecting Children from Indecent Programming Act.” (FMQB)

check.jpgIt only took a British court 11 months to determine that a cute little sausage dog was not a threat to the community. (This is London)

check.jpgAh, how I miss Philly - turns out that Mayor Street is one of those tax scofflaws he recently announced he’d be going after. (Philly.com)

check.jpg“Presumed idiot criminal uploads pix of self from stolen iMac.” (Boing Boing)

check.jpgJohn McTiernan, director of Die Hard, just got four months in the clink for his lies to the Feds over this whole Anthony Pellicano mess. (Cinematical)

check.jpgA NYC law firm is taking the novel approach of paying first year associates a salary that’s $100K below market. (WSJ Law Blog)