Law School Admission Council

  • Year in review: Top Inside trends of 2014

    Join us now as we look back at some of the biggest trends of 2014 inside the boardroom and pertaining to the lives of lawyers. Click through the slideshow to travel back in time and see what we were talking about throughout the year.

  • Law School Admission Council to pay $7.73 million over discriminatory LSAT policies

    The Law School Admission Council has failed the Department of Justice’s big test. And the price for failure: a $7.73 million penalty for discriminatory testing policies.

  • State of evolution: Inside the DFEH

    While a love of policy and a balanced legal background help make any good labor and employment lawyer better, DFEH Director Phyllis W. Cheng's perseverance and dedication to justice for all have much deeper roots than that.

  • DOJ says LSAT is discriminatory

    The federal government is supporting a discrimination lawsuit against the organization that administers the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).

  • Law school applications drop 10%

    With the majority of recent law school graduates facing dim job prospects and historically low entry-level salaries, it’s no wonder that many would-be law students are thinking twice about committing to the time and money required to obtain a law degree.

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.