Lily Knezevich is the senior vice president for learning and assessment at the Law School Admission Council. She earned her BA from New York University, majoring in mathematics and philosophy, and her MA in philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh. While completing her doctoral dissertation at the University of Pittsburgh, she accepted a position as assistant professor of philosophy at the College of William & Mary, concentrating in logic and the philosophy of language. She subsequently worked in test development at the Educational Testing Service, where she was the test development coordinator for the Graduate Record Examination.
As the creators of the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Law School Admission Council measurement scientists and test developers are responsible for continually researching the pe
On Monday, July 15, thousands of prospective law school students will walk into hundreds of classrooms, auditoriums, and hotel conference rooms across the U.S.