Posts tagged: LSAT - Diverse


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Aspiring Lawyers Press Forward Despite COVID-19

by | October 1, 2020 COVID-19  has altered plans for aspiring lawyers to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Read more

Am I Missing Something? How to Make Applying to Graduate School More Affordable

by | November 30, 2019
As more universities and graduate programs drop requirements to submit standardized test scores [...] Read more

University of Akron School of Law Accepts GRE Scores

by | October 10, 2019
The University of Akron School of Law announced Wednesday that it will allow applicants to subm [...] Read more

Summit Helps HBCU Students Prepare for Law School

by | September 15, 2018
ATLANTA—Several hundred students from historically Black colleges and universities across the [...] Read more

Phyllis Craig-Taylor: A Social Justice Advocate from the Start

by | July 20, 2018
Phyllis Craig-Taylor’s formative years in Jim Crow-era Alabama cultivated in the educator a p [...] Read more

LSAC Shifting the Dynamics of the Legal Profession

by | December 21, 2017
In an effort to introduce undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to the legal professi [...] Read more

Georgetown to Add GRE Scores to Law School Application Process

by Gia Savage | August 16, 2017
Following in the footsteps of Harvard Law School and the University of Arizona, Georgetown Law [...] Read more

Blacks, Hispanics Losing Out on LSAT-based Financial Aid

by Catherine Morris | February 9, 2017
The result of privileging LSAT scores through merit-based scholarships is what some call a “r [...] Read more

Is Affirmative Action Failing the Students It Was Designed For?

by Kevin Brown | April 14, 2016
Since the “Harvard Revelation,” several scholars have noted the changing racial and [...] Read more

Expert: Higher Ed Needs to Embrace Assessments of Student Learning

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 31, 2016
Colleges and universities should embrace assessments of student learning in order to prove thei [...] Read more

More Students Seeing the World Without Getting Credits

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 30, 2016
A survey found that roughly half of the 227 institutions responding reported an increase in the [...] Read more

Group Calls Remedial Education ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

by Catherine Morris | March 29, 2016
Complete College America, dedicated to improving graduation rates nationally, has dubbed remedi [...] Read more

Minority Graduation Rates on NCAA Tournament Teams on Upswing

by Reginald Stuart | March 14, 2016
TIDES report shows that academic progress among minorities on NCAA Division I basketball tourna [...] Read more

Campus Gun Laws Met With Opposition From Legislature

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 26, 2016
Although numerous states currently ban guns on campus, perpetual legislative efforts are pushin [...] Read more

University of Missouri Teaching Waivers Scrutinized

| December 14, 2015
by Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. — A new report shows that almost 40 percent of tenure-track [...] Read more
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