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"The Law School Admission Test as a Barrier to almost Twenty years of Affirmative Action".
"Law School Admission Test," September 1995, Law School Admission Council.
In this decision, the court struck down an affirmative action plan at the University of Texas Law School that admitted some African-American and Mexican-American students with lower grade-point averages and Law School Admission Test scores than white applicants who were not admitted.
Indeed the law school's rating system was set up in such a way that the same "Texas Index Score" (a combination of college grade-point average and Law School Admission Test scores) that placed underrepresented minorities - blacks and Latinos - among the "presumptively admitted" put white applicants among the "presumptively rejected." The system was driven not by a search for real diversity, the court found but by the wish to get a certain proportion of blacks and Latinos into each class.
In a memorandum circular dated March 19, the LEB said: "The administration of the Philippine Law School Admission Test on April 7, 2019 has not been restrained and will proceed as scheduled." The memorandum was signed by LEB Chairman Emerson Aquende and was posted on his Facebook account.
The Legal Education Board (LEB) on Tuesday announced that it will push through as scheduled with the Philippine Law School Admission Test (PhilSat) next month.
The Philippine Law School Admission Test (Philsat) imposed by the Legal Education Board (LEB) as a requirement for students' enrolment in law schools in the country is legal and constitutional, Solicitor General Jose C.
She took the Law School Admission Test two weeks after her arrest but delayed applying to law school because of the uncertainty about her future.
LSAC was founded in 1947 concurrent with the creation of the Law School Admission Test (LSAT[R]), which remains its best-known product.
Steve Berlin's becoming an attorney while in the service will be amazed that he took something called the Law School Admission Test, the acronym of which is, of course, LSAT.
Cooley Law School in Oakland, Mich., says it was the activism of Baynes and former NBA president Reginald Turner that spurred him to write "Misuse of the Law School Admission Test." In the article, he suggests that law schools that raise their minimum LSAT scores face an increasing likelihood of lawsuits from Blacks claiming the test is discriminatory.
Bond recalls having to sign up for the Law School Admission Test less than one week after deciding to change careers.

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