Welcome back to Ahead of the Curve. I’m Karen Sloan, legal education editor at Law.com, and I’ll be your host for this weekly look at innovation and notable developments in legal education.

In honor of the American Bar Association’s decision to eliminate its LSAT requirement for law schools, I’m taking a walk down memory lane with former Loyola University Chicago School of Law Dean David Yellen, who was the first to push that change. I’m also breaking down a new report on women at the University of Chicago Law School. Finally, I’m weighing in on an attempt by students at top law schools to ferret out Big Law firms that are still requiring summer associates to sign arbitration agreements.

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