LSAT volume is down, so fees are going up

, The National Law Journal

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Taking the Law School Admission Test is getting more expensive. The Law School Admission Council, which administers the test, has raised the testing fee from $139 to $160 — a 15 percent increase.

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What's being said

  • Why Not Just Shoot Me In The Head?

    What is else is going to inflicted against female law students that are frankly being precluded from obtaining a law degree, where we earn .77 compared to every male dollar, usually have children or elderly parents to care for, plus home and other responsibilities, in addition to experiencing extreme prejudices in classes? Is EDUCAUSE a part of the problem with rising the fee? Why not lay of workers instead, which is what most corporations do when sales slacken. Why always punish the students? Or is this now

  • Why Not Just Shoot Me In The Head?

    What is else is going to inflicted against female law students that are frankly being precluded from obtaining a law degree, where we earn .77 compared to every male dollar, usually have children or elderly parents to care for, plus home and other responsibilities, in addition to experiencing extreme prejudices in classes? Is EDUCAUSE a part of the problem with rising the fee? Why not lay of workers instead, which is what most corporations do when sales slacken. Why always punish the students? Or is this now

  • Why Not Just Shoot Me In The Head?

    What is else is going to inflicted against female law students that are frankly being precluded from obtaining a law degree, where we earn .77 compared to every male dollar, usually have children or elderly parents to care for, plus home and other responsibilities, in addition to experiencing extreme prejudices in classes? Is EDUCAUSE a part of the problem with rising the fee? Why not lay of workers instead, which is what most corporations do when sales slacken. Why always punish the students? Or is this now

  • LSAT Blog

    Details: http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/lsat-test-registration-fee-increase-why.html

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