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Two of the three law schools in Connecticut are seeing double-digit drops in applications for the upcoming fall semester, according to Hartford Business. Ed Wilkes, the associate vice president and dean of law admissions at Quinnipiac University School of Law,…>read moreNo Comment June 12, 2014
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) paid a $7.73 million penalty to the Department of Justice on Tuesday, according to Inside Counsel. The fine was for discriminatory testing policies. The LSAC administers the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The penalty…>read moreNo Comment May 23, 2014
Diversity has been the subject of discussion throughout the legal industry for many years, as law firms acknowledge its importance but sometimes struggle with the institutional changes that are required to effectively accommodate and take advantage of it. One thing…>read moreNo Comment June 12, 2013
A glitch with the Law School Admission Council’s online system has caused prospective law students and admissions offices to scramble this past week leading up to the March 1 deadline, according to The National Law Journal. The issue was found…>read moreNo Comment February 28, 2013
Following the abuse of a couple law schools reporting their incoming classes’ LSAT scores, the Law School Admission Council has joined the American Bar Association in creating a pilot program that will require schools not to provide an aggregate median…>read moreNo Comment June 19, 2012