BARR TALK - U.S Attorney General Bill Barr is expected to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee today about the Mueller report. Due to news that broke last night, he is likely to face questions about communication he reportedly had with special counsel Robert Mueller, who took issue with Barr’s letter to Congress about the report. Democrats argue that Barr has spun in President Trump’s favor the report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
FALLING SHORT - Law schools aren’t doing enough to help students suffering from high levels of academic stress, according to a survey of 300 recent law grads. As Karen Sloan reports, the study conducted by Kaplan Bar Review found that 40 percent of law grads believed their schools did not provide enough resources to help them with stress, and just 29 percent responded that their schools offered enough support.
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