November’s Law School Admissions Test scores were released as scheduled at 9 a.m. ET this morning. And while analysis of the scores likely won’t be available for a few days, according to a Law School Admission Council (LSAC) spokesperson, the expectation is that the already sky-high number of law school applicants and applications in the U.S. will rise even further.
“We’ll likely see law school applications go back up at least initially,” the LSAC spokesperson told Law.com on Wednesday. “If someone got a really good score, then they are going to apply.”
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