Month: May 2020

Advice for Aspiring Lawyers About Diversity in Law School

Despite decades of slow progress, women lawyers, lawyers with disabilities and lawyers from racial, ethnic and sexual minorities are persistently underrepresented in the legal field, as shown by annual surveys by organizations like the American Bar Association and National Association for Law Placement. Increasingly, however, law schools, law firms and nonprofits are actively addressing the …

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How to Handle Reading Comprehension on the Digital LSAT

Last summer, after decades of carefully filling in bubbles on answer sheets, LSAT test-takers in the United States and Canada traded in pen and paper for stylus and tablet. The digital LSAT brought some complaints and growing pains but enabled faster scoring, more frequent test dates and easier accommodations for those with sensory impairments or …

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