What factors are considered by the Admissions Committee when applications are reviewed?
The Admissions Committee examines an application for additional indicators of a student’s potential to succeed in law school. Such indicators include the difficulty of the discipline studied and the upward trend in academic performance. The amount of time a student spent involved in extra-curricular activities and/or employment while in undergraduate school (thus decreasing the student’s study time), graduate work, and other maturing experiences are also considered by the Committee. LSAT score must be from a test taken within the last five years. The February 2012 LSAT will be the last test considered for Fall 2012 admission.
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