Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere. 1. Question: I'm about to take the Louisiana bar exam, and let's just say I don't have a good feeling about it. Is there anything I can do to protect myself from the ridicule of my peers if I don't pass? Answer: Absolutely! Louisiana allows bar applicants to choose fictitious names before taking the exam, to preserve their anonymity in case they end up on the fail list. And if your (fake) name does end up on that list (pdf), take comfort in the fact that you're in the company of such aspiring lawyers as "Rongly Accused," "Clark Kent" and "Atticus Finch." (Above The Law, Recent Bar Exam Results: Open Thread). 2. Question: I'm at the Anchorage airport, catching a flight home to Colorado. I just pointed out that the ticket agent put my baggage sticker on my friend's bag, and the agent said it didn't matter because the bags were going to the same place. I think I'll liven things up by joking that my friend's bag has a bomb in it. Hilarious, right? Answer: Probably not so funny to the hundreds of travelers...

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