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Which law school has the worst LSAT scores?

A unique injunction, legal woes for the Catholic church, RBG in today's roundup

Happy Monday! For students starting law school in Maryland this fall, today is the first day of orientation at UM Carey and the first day of class at UB Law.

For everyone else, here are some news items to start your week:

— Which law school has the worst LSAT scores?

— In Guernsey, an English Channel island, a 70-year-old woman got an injunction to stop a road construction project by using a 10th-century Norman chant.

— Following a scathing grand jury report in Pennsylvania that alleged widespread sexual abuse in the Catholic church, lawmakers may look into opening the statute of limitations for civil cases for victims over 30 to sue for damages.

— Start your holiday shopping early: There’s a Ruth Bader Ginsburg action figure in the works.

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