Non-Sequiturs: 08.18.15

* Are you one of the millions of Americans wasting time at work compiling your draft order in anticipation of fantasy football season? Then there’s a case in Florida you should pay attention to… [ATL Redline] * One Texas clerk’s bid to make their small-minded beliefs more important than the Supreme Court’s ruling has cost taxpayers a mere $43,000. [Dallas Morning News] * How can you look professional, but still shop ethically? [Corporette] * In obvious, but depressing, news — the lonely road to partnership for black lawyers. [New York Times] * The IRS is wrong by 200% — don’t worry, I’m sure they’d be sympathetic if you were off by a mere 200% on your tax return. [Tax Prof Blog] * Wherein part of your law school grade is determined by how well you know Strunk and White. Madness, madness, I say. [Chronicle of Higher Education]

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