In February, the University of Arizona College of Law announced that applicants for admission could submit Graduate Record Exam scores, in lieu of scores from the Law School Adm
We live in a golden age of design.
I have written previously about one of the current fads in legal education: the excessive push for so-called practice-ready graduates.
By Deborah Sanders
I have read articles that recommend eliminating the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) as the standardized test to evaluate critical skills of those wanting to attend law school.