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Minnesota lifer may be first woman to take proctored LSAT in prison

August 26, 2021

Via: ABA Journal

A Minnesota inmate sentenced to life in prison without parole may be the first woman to take a proctored Law School Admission Test while incarcerated. Maureen Onyelobi has taken the LSAT three times, including twice while in prison, report CBS […]

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LSAT profiles of current law students signal more troubles ahead; has low point been reached?

January 25, 2016

Via: ABA Journal

The decline in bar-exam scores and bar-pass rates is likely to continue through 2018, given the LSAT profiles of current law students, according to a law professor who has examined the data. However, a turnaround could be ahead for those […]