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April 19, 2016


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What are the applicant numbers by LSAT score? Last year I read that, while the overall drop was small, there was a huge drop in high LSAT scorers applying and a substantial increase in low LSAT scorers applying.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

There are excellent posts on this site that I enjoy as a non-academic type of attorney. However, these continuing posts are really an embarrassment to the academic world and the profession. Given that this is now the 18th such post in the series is truly evidence that students are just numbers to be milked for tuition money. Its no different than some of my fellow practitioners who milk a file or churn a file for a continuing source of fees. A Law School education should speak for itself.


Anon 12:04, the distribution of applicants by LSAT score has turned around this year.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

This type of thinking is the height of irresponsibility. It appears you are desperately BEGGING for new students to attend law schools in a glutted market where not a single new lawyer is wanted or need in the foreseeable future. On the other hand, the University of Washington is proposing a NEW law school. There is a message in those two inconsistent facts.

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