Desperate For Bodies, Law Schools Welcome Procrastinators

, The National Law Journal

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The June sitting of the Law School Admission Test traditionally has been the preferred date for the most organized of would-be law students — those who wanted to get a jump on the admissions process for the following year. This year, however, the LSAT administered on June 10 also offered a last-ditch opportunity for procrastinators aiming to begin classes this fall.

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  • stevelauidg

    no one ever made a mistake not going to law school. some of the country's best lawyers didn't.... Jefferson, Lincoln... some of the country's worst did, Roy Cohn, Richard Nixon, Jay Bybee, John Yoo, Alberto Gonzales

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