A new pathway to law school admission, one that complements the proven LSAT, is the goal of LSAC’s recently announced Legal Education Program. In this episode, Susan Krinsky chats with LSAC’s Kaitlynn Griffith and Cornell College President Jonathan Brand about the program and their key roles in building it.
LSAC LawHub just got more powerful with the addition of tools from Law School Transparency (LST). In this episode, Susan Krinsky takes a look at the latest volume data and discusses LST’s offerings with its founder, Kyle McEntee, and Annmarie Levins, LSAC’s executive vice president and chief strategy officer.
The ABA’s Section 509 data is out, and it shows that the 2021 incoming class is the largest in a decade and the most diverse ever. Susan Krinsky discusses these and other findings with Jorge Garcia, assistant dean of admissions, financial aid, and campus diversity at California Western School of Law.
Susan Krinsky provides an overview of admission data at this early stage of the 2022 cycle, then chats with Josiah Evans about how October’s LSAT scores compare with previous years. Later, Gisele Joachim leads a discussion on the LSAC Law School Forums, which now employ a hybrid approach featuring in-person and virtual events.
After an overview of 2022 admission cycle data, Susan Krinsky chats with University of Houston Law Center Dean Leonard M. Baynes, about the success of the recent Black Lawyers Matter Conference and ongoing diversity efforts, and LSAC Chief Diversity Officer Angela Winfield, about her ongoing DEI and the Law Listening Tour.
The results are in: Scores suggest longer LSAT was no problem for August test takers . LSAC President and CEO Kellye Testy and Chief of Operations Susan Krinsky discuss the importance of data-driven decisions in the new admission cycle while Josiah Evans, LSAC Director of Assessment Science, breaks down the scores of the August administration of the LSAT.