Wednesday, April 8, 2020
...that will involve remote proctoring. Bar examiners may need to take note of this approach, but kudos to LSAC for coming up with a solution in a timely way. My guess is this will be the new form of the LSAT for the coming year. This is important too because it will allow law schools to gauge demand, which, in turn, will affect their hirng plans. (Recall that after the 2008 Great Recession, law school enrollments went up for two more years, before the downturn began after the ABA mandated better reporting on job outcomes.) I'll have more to say about what law school hiring next year may look like soon.