ICYMI: Best of the Week

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Last week’s top stories on Law Street covered eight mobile apps that will help you pass the LSAT, the White House’s first United State of Women summit, and women using nudity to protest Donald Trump. ICYMI–Check out the top stories below.

1. 8 Apps to Help you Conquer the LSAT

Are you planning on going to law school? Are you stressed out about the LSAT? Don’t worry–you’re not alone, and Princeton Review has teamed up with Law Street Media to help. We have some app recommendations to keep you focused, on track, and ready to conquer the big test. Read the full article here.

2. White House’s United State of Women Summit Pushes for Gender Equality

The atmosphere inside the White House’s first United State of Women summit Tuesday pulsed with pride. Amid the sounds of female-empowerment anthems like Aretha Franklin’s “Respect,” Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls),” and Katy Perry’s “Roar,” thousands of diverse women and girls joined one another with a common goal–female empowerment and gender equality. Read the full article here.

3. Women Bare Their Naked Rumps to Protest Donald Trump

Some brazen broads in the #NeverTrump movement have devised a new tool to use against the presumptive Republican presidential nominee–female nudity. In an effort to stop Trump from making it to the oval, and to make the Republican National Convention (RNC) as awkward as possible, women are baring it all for anti-Trump votes and female empowerment. Read the full article here.

Alexis Evans
Alexis Evans is an Assistant Editor at Law Street and a Buckeye State native. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and a minor in Business from Ohio University. Contact Alexis at



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