US News & World Report
Keg Lawyer to the Rescue
Q&A with CO-STAR Executive Director, CL Lindsay
August 29, 2005 (America's Best Colleges Issue)

"C.L. Lindsay III has been helping college students out of legal jams for the past six years with his CO-STAR (Coalition for Student & Academic Rights) organization. Ten thousand calls a year prompted him to write The College Student's Guide To The Law, covering everything from getting a grade changed (meet with the prof before moving up the ladder) to throwing a fuzz-free soiree (post a sign saying 'private party')."

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The Chronicle of Higher Education
The 'Keg Lawyer' Writes the Book on Student Rights
Feature
September 9, 2005

"How do I throw a big party without attracting the police? Who do I call to resolve a dispute with my landlord? What should I do if I have been caught plagiarizing a term paper? Those are some of the questions college students regularly ask CL Lindsay III, also known to students as the 'keg lawyer' because of the advice he provides on alcohol laws. "

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The Washington Post
Buzzworthy: Advice for Undergrads
Review of The College Student's Guide to the Law
Sunday, August 14, 2005


"Better (and easier to stay awake through) than an introductory course on U.S. constitutional history, The College Students Guide to the Law is a helpful handbook for keeping your record clean--in and out of the classroom...Lindsay tempers his advice with plenty of wisecracks, which may set him apart from your overly serious professors."

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The Chicago Tribune
Know Your Student Rights
Review of The College Student's Guide to the Law
Sunday, August 7, 2005


"In an accessible, frank tone, Lindsay debunks various campus myths, includes a fascinating history of how university policy has evolved from the Bacchanalian 1960s and shows how each right outlined in the Bill of Rights applies to life today."

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The Press of Atlantic City
A Real College Textbook: How to Avoid Jail and Other Legal Woes
Review of The College Student's Guide to the Law
August 24, 2005

"Odds are good you won't find it on any syllabus, but The College Student's Guide to the Law may just be the most popular book on campus this fall. Hey, the subhead alone is enough to make it an undergrad bestseller: 'Get a Grade Changed, Keep Your Stuff Private, Throw a Police-Free Party, and MORE!'"

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