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Camille Dejorna to Join Law School Admission Council

NEWTOWN, PA—Law School Admission Council President and CEO Kellye Testy announced today that Camille deJorna will join LSAC's leadership team effective August 28. She will serve as LSAC’s Senior Director for Strategic Initiatives and Global Services.

In making the announcement, Dean Testy said, “Camille’s proven commitment to justice and the rule of law, her deep experience in legal education generally (and law school admission in particular), her knowledge about international legal education, and her extensive network of relationships throughout the profession (in the US and around the world) situate her uniquely to help us advance LSAC’s mission and service.”

Ms. deJorna is currently Associate Deputy Managing Director at the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar at the American Bar Association. Ms. deJorna has significant leadership experience in admissions and student affairs at the Columbia, Hofstra, and University of Iowa law schools, and served as a volunteer on LSAC’s Board of Trustees and several governance committees, including the Minority Affairs Committee. She has spoken nationally and internationally on the subject of diversity and inclusion, and was recently awarded the 2017 Legacy in the Law Award by the Black Women Lawyers Association of Greater Chicago at its 2017 National Summit for Black Women Lawyers.

Ms. deJorna was a Root Tilden Scholar at New York University School of Law where she received her JD. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College.

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About the Law School Admission Council

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is a nonprofit corporation that provides unique products and services to ease the admission process for law schools and their applicants worldwide. Currently, 222 law schools in the United States, Canada, and Australia are members of the Council and benefit from LSAC’s services, including the LSAT. Approximately 100,000 tests are administered annually at hundreds of testing centers worldwide. LSAC also processes academic credentials for an average of 60,000 law school applicants annually, funds diversity programs, publishes research, provides essential software and information for admission offices and applicants, conducts educational conferences for law school professionals and prelaw advisors ,and provides many related services.

For more information, visit LSAC.org, Official_LSAT on Twitter, or @LawSchoolAdmissionCouncil on Facebook.

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