Episode 6: Can we bridge the LSAT diversity gap?
In this episode, Ben and I analyze UVA professor Alex Johnson’s “African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT,” a surprisingly candid look behind the scenes of the LSAT and law school admissions. Why do average scores of African Americans and Latinos trail the general population by such a wide margin? What does this mean for their admissions chances? Is there anything we can do to bridge this gap? Ben and I announce our search for one student of color who we can coach toward the September 2014 LSAT. Please email us if you’re interested!
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