Corrected entry: In the scene where Elle is meeting Stanford Marx for the first time, when Stan says something about dogs being the best diggers, Elle's legs are far away from Stan. But immediately after this, Elle's legs are almost facing the camera.
Corrected entry: When everyone is picking up the ringing phones, it seems like they all have watches on. But when we see them talking, not everyone has a watch on.
Corrected entry: When Elle was younger, her nanny wanted to take her to the Baby GAP. The only problem is that the Baby GAP wasn't introduced until 1990, when Elle would have been 10 or 11. Much to old for Baby GAP clothing.
Corrected entry: How does the presentation turn from a bunch of papers to a pop-up presentation?
Corrected entry: When Elle shows the V.E.R.S.A.C.E headquarters Security Guard her 'pass', she puts her bag on a table, but, when the camera zooms out, there is no table in front of the security guard.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Margot and Serena are starting the cheerleading routine, they yell out, "Intern class of 2003, on deck", but how is this possible when we see at the end of the first movie that Elle graduated law school in 2004?
Corrected entry: In the scene where Elle introduces the snap cup, she asks everyone to contribute a paper. We see that Timothy is the last person to put his paper in and he puts in on the very top. Then Elle picks that one up and before she reads it she says, "Oh here's mine", when you can see it was Timothy's.
Corrected entry: On Elle's first day working for the congresswoman, she plays "Snap Cup" with the others. When she is handing out the "Snap Cup" papers you see that she only hands papers to Grace, Reena and Timothy. When she tells everyone to put their papers in the cup the other people standing around have papers to put in.
Corrected entry: There are plenty of times where we see Bruiser sitting in Elle's bag, but in the shots immediately after, the bag is zipped up (although animal welfare is more important than impressing the viewer.).
Corrected entry: In the scene where Elle phones her sorority sisters, using her special pass to organize the march in Washington, there is a great deal of excitement and noise. Once the conversation is over and the sorority sister hangs up the phone, the shot changes back to Elle, in Washington, but you can still hear the excitement through Elle's phone.
Corrected entry: When the congresswoman with the brown hair and blonde bangs is patting her hair right after Paulette is finished with it, when she pats her blonde bangs, you can see them move out of place, and it is obviously a wig.
Corrected entry: In the scene in the bathroom Elle's boyfriend asks, "Do you know what I thought when I first saw you?" to which she replies, "There's a girl that wears a lot of pink?" this does not make sense as the first time they meet Elle is wearing green.
Corrected entry: In the first shot of Elle pitching Bruiser's Law to the other partners at the law firm she is not wearing a headset microphone, two shots later she is wearing one.
Corrected entry: When Elle goes to the first day of the hearing, she arrives in a pink suit. In the next shot, and through the rest of the hearing, she is wearing the same suit in teal.
Corrected entry: In the opening of the film where the viewer only sees the scrapbook, you hear Paulette say that one picture was taken the day Elle found out she passed her LSAT's. You don't "pass" LSAT's. Law schools look at your LSAT scores to see whether they are high, low, average, but it's not like a bar exam where you either pass or fail.