Friday, November 1, 2013

NLJ on the Decline in October LSAT Takers

The National Law Journal posted an article about the declining numbers of LSAT takers, focusing on the 11% decline from October 2012 to October 2013. The article, LSAT Numbers Decline for Fourth Straight Year, quotes our own co-blogger Dean Paul McGreal:

University of Dayton School of Law Dean Paul McGreal said he entered the summer with virtually no idea where the application trend would go, particularly since many of last year’s applicants waited longer than usual in the cycle to apply.

"There is a great degree of uncertainty, and the data we do have show it will be another decline," McGreal said. "But we’ll have a better idea of where applications are at the beginning of [2014]. This clearly is something that’s on everyone’s radar screen."

 

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/law_deans/2013/11/nlj-on-the-decline-in-october-lsat-takers.html

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