So you took the LSAT and, like the good pre-law student you are, you submitted the rest of your application materials so you’d be good to go. Then you got your LSAT score back and thought “you know, I could probably do better.” What now?
There are too many law schools in the USofA today. They are taking too many students, and charging too much money, to too many people who will never be able to payoff their law school debt with money earned in the legal profession. In the wake of the White House’s crackdown on for-profit colleges, I’m curious to see if we might see the discussion turn towards law schools in the near future.