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ABA Gives Permission to Drop the LSAT Requirement.

The ABA has given the University of St. Thomas Law School permission to waive the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) requirement for a limited number of students.  According to a recent article in the ABA Journal, several universities have started similar programs in an effort to boost diversity. 

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