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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

30% Of Law Schools Now Accept The GRE For Admissions

These ABA-accredited law schools accept the GRE for admissions:

  1. GREAkron
  2. Alabama
  3. American
  4. Arizona
  5. Arizona State (due to COVID-19)
  6. Baltimore
  7. Boston University
  8. Brooklyn
  9. SUNY-Buffalo
  10. BYU
  11. California-Western
  12. Cardozo
  13. Chicago
  14. Chicago-Kent
  15. Columbia
  16. Cornell
  17. Dayton
  18. Florida International
  19. Florida State
  20. George Mason
  21. Georgetown
  22. Georgia (students enrolled in another graduate program)
  23. Harvard
  24. Hawaii
  25. Hofstra
  26. Indiana-Bloomington
  27. John Marshall (Chicago)
  28. Loyola-L.A.
  29. Massachusetts
  30. Mercer
  31. Montana
  32. New Hampshire
  33. Northwestern
  34. Notre Dame
  35. NYU
  36. Pace
  37. Pennsylvania
  38. Penn State-Dickinson
  39. Penn State-University Park
  40. Pepperdine
  41. Seattle
  42. Seton Hall,
  43. SMU
  44. South Carolina
  45. St. John's
  46. Suffolk
  47. Texas
  48. Texas A&M
  49. UC-Berkeley (students enrolled in another graduate program)
  50. UC-Davis
  51. UC-Hastings
  52. UC-Irvine
  53. UCLA
  54. USC
  55. Virginia
  56. Wake Forest
  57. Washington University
  58. Willamette
  59. Yale 

Prior TaxProf Blog coverage:

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2020/06/nearly-one-third-of-law-schools-now-accept-the-gre-for-admissions.html

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Comments

Sorry, but adopting the GRE over the LSAT isn't going to be of much assistance in these schools continuing their racist admissions policies, meaning excluding highly qualified Asian applicants while admitting grossly unqualified members of other minorities. The latter is so mismatched for the school, they stand little chance of graduating. They'll end up with huge debts and nothing else. There are no good intentions here.

Posted by: Mike Perry | Jun 2, 2020 10:48:09 AM