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    Wednesday, January 19, 2011


    Laura L. Gleason

    The ABA is not wrong to at least consider the question of waiving the LSAT requirement. But as the NLJ article says, the impact of deciding to drop the requirement may be minimal, since most law schools will probably still require it. And whether or not the LSAT is required, there are other admissions tools available to law schools with which to select the right students for that school.

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