Beyond the LSAT: NSU Law Professor Receives Patent for an Alternative Admission Model Program for Legal Education

Beyond the LSAT: NSU Law Professor Receives Patent for an Alternative Admission Model Program for Legal Education

Beyond the LSAT: NSU Law Professor Receives Patent for an Alternative Admission Model Program for Legal Education

The decision to obtain a juris doctorate(J.D.) degree requires a considerable investment of time and financial support.For many applicants, that decision can be infused with additional challenges based upon Law School Admission Test (LSAT) scores and undergraduate Grade Point Averages (GPA). The LSAT score and undergraduate GPA have long served as traditional indicators of an applicant’s potential to succeed in law school. As a result many have been denied access to law schools across the country because of poor test scores or a low GPA.

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