Law.com reported that the council of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar approved a recommendation to eliminate a requirement that law schools use a “valid and reliable” admissions test.
This still has to pass and even if it does, law schools are still currently required to take reasonable steps to ensure admitted students are capable of graduating and passing the bar. While perhaps a few law schools with solid accreditation standing may feel comfortable pushing the envelope on this, we don’t see a mad rush towards law schools dropping the LSAT and/or GRE if the recommendation is passed.
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That would be great but I fear there’s too much money in standardized tests.
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