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Despite More Law Schools Accepting GRE, LSAT Here To Stay

Law360, New York (October 20, 2017, 9:36 PM EDT) -- Applicants can expect more and more law schools to embrace the Graduate Record Examination, as schools are driven by the downturn in law school applications, long-standing frustrations with the Law School Admissions Test and the American Bar Association's slowness to adjust its standard, which has enshrined the LSAT for decades.

While it's a growing trend, it will be years before it becomes clear whether law schools succeeded in their stated goals to add educational diversity to the legal profession, and questions remain about the long-term impact of these new policies, as well as the validity of the GRE from a legal...

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