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This post originally appeared on TaxProf Blog on June 23, 2020.
The killing of George Floyd affected me strongly in two distinct ways: it conjured up traumatic memories of the many experiences I had as a black man growing up in the United States and
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is posing challenges across the board for law schools, but student affairs professionals are dealing with particular challenges as they communicate with incoming first
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, a yearly celebration recognizing the profound impact that LGBTQ+ individuals have had on history, art, politics, and culture. This year is particularly significant.
At the Law School Admission Council, our origin story is tied to the advancement of equity in education.
On Memorial Day, we honor and give gratitude to the brave and selfless individuals who have proudly served our country.
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.