The Council of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions is set to consider doing away with Standard 503, which requires law schools to use standardized testing as part of their admissions processes.

But while the move would be welcomed by many who believe it could, in theory, make law school more accessible to diverse applicants, its practical effect could prove muted. Still, advocates see it as a potential step in the right direction.

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