Do prospective employers care about your LSAT score? Career social networking site LinkedIn thinks they might.
Digital Trends reports that last month LinkedIn added a service targeted for students to enhance their member profiles. These include places for students to list any organizations to which they belong, coursework, honors and awards, and (cue the dramatic pause) standardized test scores.
I get that students don’t have much work experience to put on their résumé beyond “Starbucks Barista” or “Manager of Customer Service Relations at Hot Dog on a Stick,” so additional information can be extremely useful. However, do prospective employers really care about your LSAT score? Doesn’t the importance of your LSAT fade away after law school admissions?
For the most part, no and yes.