Friday, January 14, 2011


According to the National Law Journal, the ABA is considering making the LSATs voluntary rather than mandatory for admission to law schools under its accreditation standards. The WSJ Law Blog has a piece here. The Careerist gives its opinion here. I am sure most LSAT alumni would agree that a person who cannot determine whether the conclusion follows from the premises has no business in law school.

1 comment:

Lsat said...

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