Monday, May 9, 2016
Trouble is brewing as the University of Arizona Law School takes on the monopoly of the Law School Admission Council. From the Wall Street Journal:
Arizona Law has started allowing applicants to take the Graduate Record Examination test in lieu of the LSAT, a move the school hopes will expand and diversify the pool of students considering enrolling…
Arizona Law, based in Tucson, says a study it conducted with the makers of the GRE convinced the school that the GRE is a reliable standardized substitute.
But the change of its requirements has drawn them into a clash with Newtown, Pa.,-based Law School Admission Council Inc., which controls the LSAT and acts as a key application clearinghouse for more than 200 law schools across the nation.
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