The Kaplan’s 2013 survey of law school admissions officers provide the answer to this and many other questions about law school admissions trends, trends in legal education, and the role of the LSAT. Here are some highlights from the Kaplan report:
1. With 88% of respondents agreeing that the LSAT is important, it isn’t going away anytime soon.
2. The two-year law school will remain the exception and not the rule for the foreseeable future.
3. Don’t look for the go-go days of law school to return in the next couple of years.
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