I’ve already mentioned it on Twitter, but if for some reason you’re a only-follows-the-blog type of guy/gal, you really owe it to yourself to check out Aaron Kirschenfeld’s The Law School Crisis, Visualized. It’s the best overarching accumulation of the law school crisis data that I’ve seen. Go check it out.
So I guess the Department of Education has their own SWAT Teams now? They can issue their own search warrants and subpoenas? The U.S. Department of Education issued the search and called in S.W.A.T for his wife’s defaulted student loans. “They busted down my door for this,” Wright said. “It wasn’t even me.” Wednesday morning, [...]
Pop Economics has a great post up today about effectively saving for retirement. I am going to blatantly steal his two images and then encourage you to go read his post. “Perfect Retirement” “Probable Retirement” If you’re a new associate out there, don’t fall in love with your salary and fall into a rut of [...]
Got some money? Thinking about investing? Independent and don’t want 5% of your money to go to a money manager? You could do worse than following the below: You remember my post from last week, Everything You Need to Know About Personal Finance, right? Once you’ve made the commitment to that first step, then you can [...]
Fresh out of law school with that six figure debt? Looking at your income, bills, loan payments, etc. and wondering how to manage it all? I have the perfect personal financial system for you. If that’s not clear enough:
This past weekend there was uproar in the blogosphere over something a law professor said. However, it wasn’t in the legal blogosphere that the uproar erupted, but rather the economic blogosphere. The offending post was this one, by Todd Henderson, Associate Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School. Here’s most of it, but go [...]