Rightly or not, the LSAT has been king in law school admissions. Now, UC-Berkeley School of Law researchers say they have identified tests that could be used along with it to better predict success in the practice of law. They say the LSAT, with its focus on cognitive skills, does not measure for skills such as creativity, negotiation, problem-solving or stress management. The law school's dean is trying to round up support from other schools to take the research to a national level.
Berkeley Wants Research on LSAT Alternatives to Go National
November 7, 2008