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Law schools try everything to reverse low enrollment.

This article in Bloomberg suggests that extreme measures taken by a couple of law schools to try to raise enrollment, such as waiving the need for students to take the LSAT, may become a larger trend.

In my view, this is a welcome change, just given my experience of performing in law school (and frankly as a lawyer) far beyond the expectations of my underwhelming LSAT score.  I think the pool of enrolled law students will just get that much more interesting.  Certainly the LSAT preparation industry will do whatever it can to ensure that this does not become a trend.  I guess only time will tell, but law students enrolled now should take advantage of the lowest enrollment numbers since the 70s–dive in and do what you can to break into BigLaw and snag the legal career you want. For advice and strategies that work–get in touch now:

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