Posts tagged: LSAT - Diverse

Law schools, measures of merit and the public’s perception of the legal profession

by Leo Romero | July 11, 2007
I see the affirmative action debate and the role of the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) in th [...] Read more

Election reflections – special report: health sciences

by .Julianne Malveaux | June 24, 2007
What happens when a shaky bridge to the future seems determined to fuse with a nostalgic look t [...] Read more

Battle Over Michigan’s Anti-affirmative Action Ballot Initiative Heats Up

by Shilpa Banerji | October 18, 2006
The Center for Equal Opportunity released three studies on Tuesday that indicated a strong bias [...] Read more

Members of Congress Want Investigation Into Black Law Student Decline

by Dianne Hayes | October 8, 2006
Congressional leaders are calling for an investigation by the Government Accountability Office [...] Read more

Still Having Her Say

by Black Issues | March 25, 2004
Still Having Her Say More than a decade after becoming a household name, Harvard Law professor [...] Read more

Southern Law Center’s Increasing White Enrollment Concerns Lawmaker

by Black Issues | June 19, 2003
Southern Law Center’s Increasing White Enrollment Concerns LawmakerBy Scott Dyer BATON RO [...] Read more

Law School Admission Council Creates $10 Million Diversity Initiative

by Black Issues | January 18, 2001
Law School Admission Council Creates $10 Million Diversity InitiativeNewton, Pa.T he Law School [...] Read more

Law School a Learning Experience for Louisiana Governor

by Black Issues | January 4, 2001
Law School a Learning Experience for Louisiana GovernorBATON ROUGE, La.Officials at Southern Un [...] Read more