A boy genius JD has made headlines (well, with the ABA) for forsaking the law to become a podcaster.
Andrew Brody, who scored a perfect 180 on the LSAT and received a scholarship to NYU's law school, decided against practicing law, instead opting to train LSAT teachers and produce LSAT Logic in Everyday Life.
According to the ABA Journal, the "podcast finds flaws in arguments about current events, such as the recent trampling of a Wal-Mart greeter or flaws in labor statistics."
Brody's podcast gets between 20,000 and 30,000 listeners each episode. One's gotta wonder if any of the 25 out of 125,000 LSAT-takers who will receive perfect scores on the exam are among them.