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St. John's and Buffalo Waive LSAT for Select Students

Andrew Denney | March 5, 2015

In August, the ABA changed its rules to allow law schools to admit 10 percent of students in their entering classes without the LSAT, which has allowed St. John's University School of Law and the University at Buffalo Law School to admit high-performing students from affiliated undergraduate programs.

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