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April 20, 2009

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Jones goes on to note that some criticized the program because those applicants might have low LSAT scores--but I'm not sure why their scores would be lower than usual for the law school? Seems to me

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I'm guessing this is more likely a way of getting outstanding students who might not otherwise apply to law school at all than a way of "hiding" students who won't do well on the LSAT, as some have suggested about the Michigan and Illinois programs.

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