Law schools face ‘biggest jolt’ in decades with LSAT rule change, U.S. News exodus

More than half of the 14 top-ranked law schools in the United States have said over the past six days that they will no longer participate in U.S. News & World Report’s influential rankings, including those at Yale, Harvard and Stanford universities.

But that is just one of several changes set to reshape law school admissions in the coming years, in what legal educators are calling an unprecedented moment.

On Friday, the American Bar Association moved ahead with a plan to stop requiring law schools to use the Law School Admission Test or other standardized test when admitting students.

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