The LSAT, as you may know, is not a pass/fail exam. Rather, it’s based on a scale of 120 to 180. If you get a 120, you won’t be going to law school, and, if you get a 180, you pretty much have your pick of schools to go to. Not surprisingly, most people don’t get within 10 points of either extreme. Very often I get the question from a student, “What LSAT score do I need?” Well, that depends on a few things. So, let me ask you a few questions, and maybe we can figure it out together.
A. Getting offers from schools while you’re still on the waitlist(s) for dream school(s) or maybe just haven’t heard back? What to do? The Ivey Files
B. Antonin Scalia School of Law has a nice ring to it. And the acronym? (Think about it for just a second.) Slate
C. Country music legend/badboy Merle Haggard died today, his 79th birthday. Rest in peace, cowboy. People
D. Florida Gov. Rick Scott walked into a Gainesville Starbucks to get his daily, skinny-half-caf-extra-hot-nine-pump-mochalattechino and promptly got torn a new one by a patron. The Miami Herald
E. And finally, California law has changed to allow women to get birth control without a doctor’s prescription. New York Magazine