Jun 11, 2012
It was the best times and the worst of times in the law blog round-up this Monday. Though, it was mostly just the worst of times if you are a current or incoming law school student – or if you are Jerry Sandusky.
– The U.S. Attorney from Maryland has been tapped to investigate the national security leaks the country has been abuzz about since last week. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. named Rod J. Rosenstein and his counterpart in Washington, D.C.,Ronald C. Machen Jr., to head the investigation committee.
– Things aren’t looking good for a Boston criminal defense attorney found guilty on seven counts of money laundering.
– Attorneys made opening statements this morning in the trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of sexually abusing 10 boys.
– At least ten law schools around the country are cutting enrollment numbers this fall.
– And in case that was not discouraging enough, job numbers for the law school Class of 2012 are at an 18-year low.
– In brighter news, at least you weren’t these girls caught unawares (and unclothed) at University of Maryland, College Park this weekend.