Thursday, July 30, 2009
David Boyle has filed this 24-page complaint with the ABA, alleging that Michigan's Wolverine Scholars Program for admitting Michigan undergrads with a minimum 3.80 GPA if they agree to not take the LSAT violates several law school accreditation standards. The complaint has an extensive discussion of the coverage of these new LSAT-free law school admissions programs in the legal blogosphere. For prior TaxProf Blog coverage, see:
- LSAT-Free Law School Admissions Can Goose U.S. News Ranking (9/25/08)
- Illinois Offers LSAT-Free Admission to Undergrads With 3.0 GPA (10/10/08)
Update: Above the Law has more here.