Monday, April 30, 2012
Paul Campos (Colorado) has a stinging critique of the 22 law schools with conditional admission programs:
Once again, we see how in legal academia something that sounds relatively innocuous in theory -- standardized tests have serious drawbacks, some people who score badly on the LSAT can still be competent lawyers, it's important to maintain "access" etc. etc. -- has been perverted into just another way of extracting money, coming and going, from naive, desperate people.