It’s been rumored for years, the subject of hushed whispers in the shadows. Now, finally, those covert discussions are entering the light of day. That’s right—LSAC is officially making moves toward introducing a digital version of the LSAT.
We may be living in a “post-truth” society, but the truth made a strong comeback this weekend. Thousands of protesters marched Washington, D.C., and hundreds of other cities, to defend truth and facts. Specifically, the scientific method for discovering the truth, which protesters argue is under attack from a culture and—though the protests were billed as non-partisan, let’s face it—a presidential administration that value opinion and partisanship over facts and empirical evidence.