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Curious about 2020 law school rankings? Please see below for the 2020 law school rankings by U.S. News and World reports AND a separate, less-recognized set of law school rankings created by Pepperdine law dean Paul Caron. Take it all with a grain of salt, but it still makes for interesting reading! U.S. News and […]
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The LSAC has published a summary of their goals regarding possible future modifications of the LSAT. It is clear that the basic skills that the LSAT has tested for decades will remain highly relevant, and it appears unlikely that any dramatic changes in the skill sets being tested will occur. The purpose of any possible […]
Although controversial, the Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section has been a staple of the LSAT for decades. Now, thanks to a lawsuit brought by two blind LSAT-takers, the LSAC will be finding a substitute in the future that tests Analytical Reasoning skills, but does not do so in a way that creates a disadvantage for […]
The general consensus on the September 2019 LSAT included two primary themes: The Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section was brutal. Aside from an occasional hiccup with some proctors, the Digital LSAT format wasn’t bad, had several aspects that made it better than the paper version, and isn’t something to be afraid of. As to the […]
Eight years ago O published a widely-read blog about the difference between college and law school. I wouldn’t change a word of it today, as the differences are as similar now as they were back then. To take a look at the “Top 10” differences between college and law school, please take a look here.
If you are fortunate enough to be able to choose among multiple law schools to which you have been accepted, the decision can be daunting. Let me make a few suggestions from experience.