Law School Admissions: A Different ViewAmerican Bar Association Journal
AbstractContrary to the impression that may have been created by some recent articles, most law schools do not conduct their admissions procedure "by the numbers." Critics of law school admissions practices cite statistics that can be misleading and tend to inflate the number of law school applicants. The solution to the "admissions crisis" may be to spread the applicants over more schools.
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Citation InformationPeter Winograd. "Law School Admissions: A Different View" American Bar Association Journal Vol. 59 (1973) p. 862
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