A blog exploring all aspects of law and legal education — the future of the legal profession, access to justice, diversity and inclusion, testing and assessment, law and technology, and more.
For the first in a three-part series examining LawReady's three pillars in more detail, we explore the navigation pillar.
The 2022 summer associate class in U.S. law firms was the most diverse class in history, but there is still room for growth in ensuring the legal profession reflects the diversity of society.
With the new year comes new, exciting developments for LawReady.
Bingran Li came to the United States from China to attend law school. After recently passing the Bar Exam and beginning her legal career, she wants to help others on a similar path.
Key takeaways from the ABA Standard 509 data on the 2022 law school entering class — the most diverse class in history.
As LawReady wraps up its fall pilot courses, hear two instructors’ perspectives on the program, as well as an update on the pilot’s progress.
With the release of November LSAT scores, LSAC’s Susan Krinsky provides an update on the latest applicant volume data.
LSAC is already hearing from law schools about how beneficial they expect the LawReady program to be.
LSAC recently started a Strategic Legal Education Working Group to advise about the challenges law students face. Meet the members of the working group here.
LSAC’s executive vice president for operations and chief of staff breaks down early LSAT admission cycle trends, comparing this year’s data to previous years.