We told you a few months ago about the beginning of what is now a law school admissions trend (if two counts as a trend, that is): law schools accepting the GRE in lieu of the LSAT. If you’re reading this blog, you likely know that the GRE is the standardized test those going on to graduate school — rather than a professional school, like like law school — take. It tests math and verbal skills, whereas the LSAT tests logic and argumentation.
A. Here’s some sage insight into the recent LSAT vs. GRE debate engendered by U of A Law’s decision to accept the latter exam in lieu of the former. The American Lawyer
B. A jury has rejected Anna Alaburda’s fraud claim against Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Diploma mills all over the nation breathe a sigh of relief. ABC News
C. In the wake of multiple sexual harassment scandals, including one involving the dean of the law school, UC Berkeley has released a harassment prevention plan. We’re still waiting for them to fire these schmucks. San Jose Mercury News
D. Is Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) positioning himself to snatch the presidential nomination from Trump? Huffington Post
E. Finally, Twitter got its trolly little hands on a nice chatbot that Microsoft invented and turned it into a Nazi in less than a day. PC World