TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Aug 7, 2018
The ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar withdrew a resolution before the ABA House of Delegates on Monday that called for cutting a required exam for law school admission, the ABA Journal reports. On Friday, the Young Lawyers Division Assembly voted against changing the test requirement. And as Monday’s House session began, a letter was circulated on the House floor from the Minority Network, a group of law school admissions professionals, saying the LSAT is better than any other admissions test in predicting a candidate's success in law school.