Council bends on auditing law schools' reports about student test scores

, The National Law Journal

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The Law School Admission Council may begin policing the Law School Admission Test scores and grade-point averages that law schools report annually to the American Bar Association. The move follows scandals in which law schools inflated the academic credentials of new students.

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