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Quote of the Day - As much as I like the Miss America tradition, it too is part of a bygone era. Reality TV shows have taken over, and Miss America is so old-fashioned. - David Phillips
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Harvard Law School Will Never Be The Same

It's the weekend, OK?

Although MIPTC has tackled some women's issues in recent entries, I couldn't resist one from last night's Miss America pageant. Apparently, this year's winner is Miss Florida.

Where's the legal news? Read on.

Apparently, Miss Florida now Miss America Erika Dunlap is attending the Univsersity of Central Florida and wants to become a lawyer. Not just any lawyer, though, she wants to become a Sports and Entertainment lawyer.

But, before then, she's going to take a year off to "tout her social program of cultural diversity and inclusiveness," according to this article. Reporter Laura Farr also gave us this tidbit: "She also succeeded in the evening gown competition wearing a luminous yellow strapless gown."

Kind of like Legally Blonde, except without the pink gown.

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