An organization of law professors want LSAT scores dropped from U.S. News & World Report's ranking formula, and it hopes deans and law schools will be the ones to pull the plug. The Society of American Law Teachers has urged law schools to stop providing their incoming students' LSAT scores on the theory that the immense pressure to snag incoming students with high scores is making it harder to admit diverse classes.
Law scholars propose to starve 'U.S. News' of LSAT data
The National Law Journal
May 24, 2010
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