Monday, March 14, 2016


Math lovers like to celebrate March 14 as Pi Day, because the first three digits of Pi are 3.14. We could say that today is extra special because the first five digits are 3.14159, which rounds to 3.1416. This NPR story has links to a couple of entertaining videos on Pi.

Fun as math is, we're in a law school, where the more common sense of PI is Personal Injury. If you're interested in that practice area, check out this book from the ABA's Section of Law Practice Management: How to Build and Manage a Personal Injury Practice (2012), Gallagher Law Library Classified Stacks (KF1257 .G53 2012). Washington organizations for personal injury lawyers are the Washington State Association for Justice (plaintiffs side) and the Washington Defense Trial Lawyers. Law students can join the WSAJ free and WDTL for $10. Get to know your future colleagues!

How to Build and Manage a Personal Injury Practice book cover

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