Fewer LSATS, Fewer Lawyers?

Yet again, more data showing there are fewer LSATS being taken then in the past ten years. It’s a drop of about 40,000 exams; previously 170,000, to this year’s 129,000 For those of us who still choose law school, it means better scholarship offers and somewhat easier admission standards. I know the decrease is probably partially responsible for my own decent admissions offers. Hopefully it’s a trend that will keep up. If it does, it means those of us who do go to law school won’t have to compete quite as hard to get jobs.


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Future Law Student preparing for Law School. Follow me on my journey.
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