The March administration of the Law School Admission Test has been canceled—just the latest upheaval for legal education, where nearly every law school in the country has already or soon will transition to online courses.
The Law School Admission Council announced Monday that the exam, scheduled for March 30, will not take place at any of the worldwide locations due to the coronavirus outbreak. All test takers in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands who were signed up for the March LSAT will automatically be registered for the next administration April 25 in the same area. Those in other countries will automatically be registered for the June LSAT.
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