The all-powerful LSAT is now optional at Harvard Law School. Dean Michael Yelnosky talks to WPRO's Gene Valicenti about the implications.
For 70 years, the LSAT has been a rite of passage to legal education, a test designed to gauge students’ ability to learn the law. But its dominance could change. Beginning this fall, Harvard Law School will allow applicants to submit their scores from either the Graduate Record Examination or the Law School Admission Test. Dean Michael J. Yelnosky speaks with WPRO's Gene Valicenti about the implications.