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Vickie Pynchon

Here's a link to an article contending that LSAT was all about keeping women and minorities OUT of law schools during the early days of the civil rights & women's movements. Food for thought.

http://academic.udayton.edu/thewhitestlawschools/2005twls/Chapter2/legaled11c.htm

PerGynt

I think it is a mistake to reject prospects that have already taken the LSAT on that fact alone. It seems unfair to those who are unaware of the program.

Jean W. Thelemaque, Sr.

Thank God! The door is finally opened to prospects like myself who always dreamed of a legal education, and, unfortunately has had difficulty with the standized LSAT test. Thank God!
My daughter's prayer has been answered; she too has interest in law, she told not long ago. But, she is scared of the exam. She and I will be soon communicating with one another as lawyers. Thank God!

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