PAPER CHASE – Time’s up. Please put down your No. 2 pencils. Today is the last time the pencil-and-paper version of LSAT will be given. Karen Sloan reports on the 71-year run of the old-fashioned way to administer the law school entrance exam, which was left in the dust by other standardized tests that computerized long ago. Legal education leaders share their war stories about taking the exam and how they prepared for it—or didn’t.
SPEAKING OF PAPER – Philadelphia pulled the plug on its website and e-filing system on May 21 due to a “virus intrusion,” and, as Max Mitchell reports, court officials for the First Judicial District haven’t given a timeline for when the system will be back up. Meanwhile, lawyers are back to old-school methods of using paper filings and couriers to get the job done.
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