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SCHOOL SURGE – Back in May, it seemed that the national law school applicant pool was yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the number of people seeking to go to law school this fall has rebounded in recent weeks to match last year’s figure, Karen Sloan reports. The introduction in May of the online LSAT-Flex and a wave of college graduates reassessing their current employment prospects means that law schools admissions offices are having an unusually busy summer. But last-minute deferrals from students afraid to return to campus or unhappy with online coursework could still shake up the admissions picture.

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