Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Pennsylvania is the first law school to accept the GMAT, and the ninteenth law school (joining Arizona, Brooklyn, BYU, Cardozo, Chicago Kent, Columbia, Florida State, Georgetown, Harvard, Hawaii, John Marshall (Chicago), Northwestern, Pace, St. John's, Texas A&M, UCLA, Wake Forest, and Washington University) to accept the GRE:
Press Release, Penn Law To Accept GRE, GMAT In Pilot Program, In Addition To Accepting LSAT:
Beginning fall 2018, all applicants to the University of Pennsylvania Law School’s JD degree program will have the option to take the LSAT, GRE, or GMAT admissions tests as part of a pilot program launched by the school. ...
Two law schools allow the GRE in limited circumstances: Chicago (admissions committee may grant LSAT waiver) and Georgia (students enrolled in a dual degree program at the university). (George Washington has rescinded its use of the GRE because it has not done a school-specific validation study.)