While law firms across the country struggle to boost their ranks of minority lawyers, a number of Texas firms have gotten involved in a program that seeks to do so by targeting minorities even before they apply to law school–through Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation classes.

The Minority Legal Scholarship Program, started in 1998, was created through a partnership between Kaplan Educational Centers and Texas Appleseed, a nonprofit organization comprising bar and civic leaders that pursues public-interest issues.

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