LSAC's Bold Alternative to the LSAT & How it Benefits Law School Candidates
Includes a Live Event on 07/26/2022 at 11:00 AM (CDT)
For 75 years the LSAT has been required for admission to U.S. law schools. While studies consistently show the LSAT is the single best predictor of law school success, and the LSAT’s predictive validity is consistent across all demographic groups, the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) sees an opportunity to create an alternative pathway with the proven validity and reliability that schools and students need; an alternative pathway that meets potential students earlier with a holistic approach to building the skills and support needed to help them define and pursue their educational goals. LSAC believes its new pathway to law school – provisionally named the LSAC Legal Education Program – will increase law school candidates and matriculants and ensure a new age of law and justice in the U.S.
AALL members, university presidents, law school deans, and law school admissions professionals.
- Learn the preliminary framework for LSAC's Legal Education Program
- Learn how the Legal Education Program will help ensure a stronger pipeline to law school and more healthy law schools
- Learn how AALL can support student success
- Kellye Y. Testy, LSAC
- Felicia Williams, LSAC
- Sarah Mauldin, Dekalb County Law Library
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