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Archive for May 18th, 2011


Parent Sues Chuck E Cheese – Gambling, Breach of Contract

A San Diego woman filed a class action lawsuit against Chuck E. Cheese claiming that many of the games at CEC are illegal gambling devices under the California Penal Code.  Her complaint alleges  “an unfair or illegal business practice, a demand for rescission of an illegal contract and a declaratory judgment that the games  are illegal”  Christine Hurt, Chuck E Cheese’s Gambling and Breach of ContractSecurities Mosaic Blogwatch May 16, 2011.

Photo:  Don’t mess with Chuck E Cheese by Scott Beale.

Summer Reading Suggestions

Once law school starts, you may not have much time left for “fun” reading. But if you want to savor the fleeting days of summer with a good book, below are some suggestions. Search Scholar, the CSU library catalog to see if we have copies available.

Summer Reading for Law Students [Legal Skills Prof Blog]

Summer Reading
(including Lives in Law, Legal Theory, and Law in Fiction) [University of Connecticut School of Law]

Summer Law School Reading List for 1Ls [About.com]