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.

I’ve got a lot to cover this week, so I’ve got short takes on a number of interesting developments. First, Harvard Law School has partnered with an organization to enroll more military veterans. Next, the Law School Admission Council has reinstated limits on the number of times people can take the LSAT. Then I’m looking at SCOTUS Justice Samuel Alito’s recollection of taking Con Law from Yale professor Charles Reich, who died last week. Finally, I’m looking at racial discrimination on law school faculties and whether the legal academy has a pervasive problem on its hands. 

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