Boston Bombings: The nation continues to learn more horrible details of Monday's attack on the Boston Marathon, with an 8-year-old boy among the three dead and the count of injured climbing 100, NBC News reports. Several law firms have offices in the area, the National Law Journal reports. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. directed the Department of Justice to join the investigation, The Associated Press reports.
Protect Your Face: Facebook and attorneys general from 19 different states will start a new effort to "ensure that young people make safe, smart and responsible choices online," Ubergizmo reports.
Not-So-Pre-Law, Apparently: A survey of pre-law students found that 43 percent planned to use their degrees to find jobs in the business world rather than in the legal industry, while 42 percent said they would attend business school were they not already set to go to law school, the National Law Journal reports.
The Hunt for Tim McCabe: A Florida attorney is missing, along with millions in his real estate firm's escrow accounts, and the FBI has joined the search that has a few strange clues: a receipt for the purchase of khaki shorts, a sleeping bag and a lantern, The Palm Beach Post reports.
Heh: A judge fines himself for breaking "no cellphone" rule, ABC News reports.