Non-Sequiturs: 10.07.18

* Should you go to law school? Our very own Kathryn Rubino lays out the pros and cons. [Policydb8]

* You don’t have to practice law; here’s the story of how I went from practicing lawyer to founder of Above the Law, which I recently shared with Goli Kalkhoran. [Lessons From A Quitter]

* UVA Law graduate Johnathan Perkins — whose 3L controversy, covered in these pages (and elsewhere), turned out to be very different from initial reports — has recommendations for improving the school’s Honor System, especially when it comes to dealing with racial bias. [Cavalier Daily]

* Eugene Volokh and David Post offering conflicting perspectives on Brett Kavanaugh and judicial temperament. [Reason / Volokh Conspiracy; Reason / Volokh Conspiracy]

* The current Term of the U.S. Supreme Court might be short on blockbusters — but it’s not without interesting themes, according to Adam Feldman. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* Emily Gold Waldman explores the intersection of diversity requirements, inclusion riders, and Title VII. [PrawfsBlawg]

* Jean O’Grady looks at the latest offering from Intelligize. [Dewey B Strategic]

* Funding continues to flow into the world of legal tech — and the latest beneficiary is Lexoo, the U.K.-based, lawyer-matching online marketplace. [Artificial Lawyer]
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