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.
LSAC LawHub® has come a long way since it launched early last year to provide LSAT prep tools to candidates, but we think there’s even more this platform can do — for candidates, law students, and those who’ve already earned their degrees.
Seeking to support and encourage underserved students interested in legal education, a group of Canadian law schools is using LSAC LawHub as a central component of their free LSAT prep courses.
A visionary law school dean is paving the way for incarcerated persons to take the LSAT as a path to a new life and more diverse legal profession.
As the 2021 law school admission cycle enters the home stretch and we say good-bye to the LSAT-Flex, we look back on the past 16 months and also look ahead to the next admission cycle.
New research shows that practicing for the LSAT through the LSAC/Khan Academy Test Prep is the clearest path to boost your score on test day.
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We have just completed the June administration of the LSAT-Flex, the online, remotely proctored delivery of LSAT that we designed to give law school candidates the opportunity to complete their application to law school despite the COVID-19 restrictions on travel and large gatherings.
All of us at LSAC are saddened by the COVID-19 outbreaks affecting so many countries and communities around the world.
My position at LSAC gives me a chance to travel the country and work with groups and individuals to help increase diversity throughout the legal education pipeline.
Today, December 3, is the United Nations’ International Day of Persons With Disabilities. The U.N. has marked this occasion since 1992, and the goal of the observance is to “promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.” That goal is at the core of our mission at LSAC, where we’ve worked hard to help people with disabilities enter the legal profession and add their diverse voices to our justice system.
The Law School Admission Council will be releasing scores from the September LSAT — including scores from make-up tests — on Monday, October 14, as planned. We’ve been able to extend the registration deadline...