“We’re aware that in light of the recent Supreme Court opinion [invalidating affirmative action], many schools, maybe all schools, are taking a new look at their admissions policies,” Bill Adams, managing director of ABA accreditation and legal education, said Friday. “So we do welcome schools who, in considering their policies, may want to apply for a variance that would permit them in this policy period to admit some students without an LSAT.”


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