New Season! Keeping Up to Data, a Podcast by LSAC

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LSAC has long been a trusted source for data and information to support law school admission. From the number of test takers and applicants, to how diverse the legal education pipeline is, to the numerous outreach and skill readiness programs LSAC leads, together with member law schools, this podcast helps listeners get a quick pulse on how the admission cycle and pipeline are trending, and what’s coming down the pike. Each month, we will feature some of the most notable figures in our field.

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New Season Available Now!

This season on Keeping Up to Data, we’re looking at more numbers and trends of interest to deans, admission professionals, prelaw advisors, advocacy organizations, legal education media, and more.

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October 2021 / Episode 1 / Under 20 minutes

Moving Forward in the 2022 Admission Cycle

The results are in: Scores suggest longer LSAT was no problem for August test takers opens in new window. LSAC President and CEO Kellye Testy and Chief of Operations Susan Krinsky discuss the importance of data-driven decisions in the new admission cycle while Josiah Evans, LSAC Director of Assessment Science, breaks down the scores of the August administration of the LSAT.

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Upcoming

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Episode 2

A Conversation With Angela Winfield and Dean Leonard M. Baynes

We’ll chat with LSAC Chief Diversity Officer Angela Winfield, a lawyer, mentor, motivational speaker, writer, and advocate for disability rights. We'll also be joined by Dean Leonard M. Baynes, of the University of Houston Law Center, to talk about October’s Black Lawyers Matter Conference.

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Previous Seasons of Keeping Up to Data

Season 2

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March 2020

A look at applicant volumes amid COVID-19 concerns.

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February 2020

LSAC announces new and improved reports for member schools.

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January 2020

Following up on a successful January LSAT administration.

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December 2019

Checking in on trends in law school application volume.

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November 2019

Highlighting some of the reports available on LSAC.org.

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October 2019

Explaining the volatility in applicant and application volumes.

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September 2019

LSAC follows up on the transition to the Digital LSAT.

Season 1

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August 2019

Changes to LSAC’s products, and a complete applicant count.

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July 2019

LSAC gears up for the transition to the Digital LSAT.

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June 2019

After the Annual Meeting, a look at some available data reports.

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May 2019

A reminder for schools to choose their index formulas for the next cycle.

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April 2019

How application trends are comparing with the previous year, so far.

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March 2019

Two new reports available to LSAC member schools.

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February 2019

A few words about LSAT Writing, now a separate portion of the LSAT.

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January 2019

Plenty of data, along with new reports available for member schools.

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December 2018

Updates on LSAT administrations and LSAC Forum attendance.

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November 2018

Our first podcast offers a look at what to expect each month.

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