Two years and 175 LSAT questions ago, things were different. It was the summer after college, and Libby DeBlasio's brain was on autopilot from the minute she moved her tassel from left to right. Or w
...applicants for the first time this year, the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced Wednesday. Preliminary figures show that female applicants for the fall 2000...
...out to students who have registered with the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) or signed up to take the LSAT, encourages potential students "to minimize...
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