Indiana University Maurer School of Law Dean Christiana Ochoa said those who want to do away with requiring law school admission tests for diversity’s sake have it backward. And she is not alone.
Web Exclusive: ‘Logic games’ section of LSAT to be removed beginning August 2024
According to the Law School Admission Council, the Analytical Reasoning portion of the exam, commonly known as “logic games,” will be replaced with a second Logical Reasoning section effective August 2024.Read More
The Council of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar has voted almost unanimously in favor of a resolution that would make admissions tests like the LSAT optional.
The American Bar Association House of Delegates has rejected a proposal that would have made law school admissions tests like the LSAT optional.
Proposal could send LSAT packing: ABA legal education section approves proposal for eliminating admission tests
The American Bar Association’s proposed change from “shall” to “may” could signal an end to the LSAT.