LSAT-Takers Trending Up Following 5-Year Plunge. Why?
The trend upward is seen as welcome news for law schools—and the profession—since a bigger pool gives schools better odds for admitting more qualified applicants.
By Angela Morris|November 10, 2017|Originally published on Law.com
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