hosts Law School Forums in ten cities across the United States and Canada, including Atlanta, the San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Toronto and Washington, DC.
According to Lissner, the accommodations request process was also made more burdensome because students had to turn in documentation very early and LSAC
would often reject requests without much explanation.
All American Bar Association-approved law schools are members of LSAC
and utilize the organization to process credentials for an average 60,000 individuals who apply to law schools each year.
This generally stable trend is echoed in the Smart & Sanson (2005) study of young Australian children in the ATP and the LSAC
In this highly competitive environment, the LSAC
reports that the average law school applicant is applying to four or more schools.
Only about 5 percent of the LSAC
children reportedly stayed in a hospital over a 12-month period.
Daniel Bernstine, President, LSAC
, said, "Adoption of the LSAT-India by IIT Kharagpur is a strong endorsement of the quality benchmarks established by the LSAT.
According to court rulings, the LSAC
was within its rights to disclose the fact that she had been allowed to use a laptop and had been given a little more time to take the exam when her scores were shared with the law schools she applied to.
specified that anything of objective significance, value and importance to society or part thereof should be considered public interest.
BAE Systems has produced about 2500 Low Signature Armored Cab (Lsac
) kits for use on FMTVs and on 24 July announced it had received a follow-on contract, worth $ 37 million, bringing the total value of Lsac
orders to $134.
Fleming, MPA, LSAC
, is Director of the Salt Lake County Division of Substance Abuse Services.
2002) Introducing the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, LSAC
Discussion Paper No 1, Australian Institute of Family Studies.