In an effort to assist law students across the continuum, Educational Testing Service has established a new Legal Education Advisory Council aimed at enhancing fair and equitable pathways to law school and beyond.
ETS said it wants to reach everyone from prospective students considering law school to graduates seeking legal employment. The formation of LEAC will help reevaluate how law school aspirants, students and graduates are recruited, prepared, assessed and licensed, according to ETS.
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