A) The final report in the University of Illinois School of Law admissions scandal was released. Former dean of admissions Paul Pless is soooo grounded. Daily Illini.
B) Enough with this LSAT nonsense. How about a lottery to determine who goes to law school? Inside Vandy.
C) Here’s an idea that might actually work: Reform law schools to make students better prepared for today’s legal environment. If that doesn’t work, fine. Just go with the lottery. Washington Post.
D) Humanities majors catch a lot of slack, but don’t forget: They often score the highest on the LSAT. Gustavian Weekly.
E) There’s the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), and then there’s the Lightweight Small Arms Technologies (LSAT) program. The latter makes guns, but the first one’s still cooler. Military.