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LSAT figures drop by 16.4%

Nov 25, 2012 October is usually a busy month for the LSAT - the Law School Admission Test, but last month the number of people taking the test dropped 16.4 percent from the year before, reaching its lowest level since 1999. The…

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US law schools see 10% drop in applicants

Sep 30, 2011 It seems that university applicants are starting to realize that a legal career can no longer provide the kind of stability of times gone by: applications for law school in the US dropped by a massive 10 per cent in the…

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US law school grads face uncertain job market

Feb 16, 2010 Law school admissions in the US rose 5 percent between 2008 and 2009, according to the Law School Admission Council. Some 151,400 people sat for law school entrance exams last year, and more than 51,000 entered law…

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US law schools attract more older students

Jan 12, 2010 The financial crisis is now motivating some older professionals to attend law school, just as applications to law school - and graduate school in general - is on the rise: 20 percent more people took the Law School…

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LSAT test-takers up by nearly 20 percent

Nov 26, 2009 In September 2009, 60,746 people took the LSAT, a jump of 20 percent from the year before. The spike in the numbers is seen as an indication that law school applications will also be higher.

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