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Keni Anthony says she’s always wanted to attend a historically Black university.
Kristen Juhan crunched the numbers and found her career wasn’t adding up.
Without the ability to host in-person events during the COVID-19 pandemic, law school candidates and admission offices have had to get creative, with virtual office hours, Zoom panels, and other op
At the Law School Admission Council, our origin story is tied to the advancement of equity in education.
One of the main purposes of the Law School Admission Council is to ease the process of applying to law school and obtaining a legal education.
This post is based on commentary delivered during a webinar for admission professionals on April 24, 2020.