Harvard Law School Names John Manning Its Next Dean - News

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In March, the school announced that it would accept results of the Graduate Record Exam, or G.R.E., for the admission of students starting in fall 2018. Law schools traditionally have relied on the Law School Admissions Test, or L.S.A.T., scores for admissions. Harvard Law was only the country’s second law school to say it would accept the G.R.E.

When the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law announced its plan last year to accept G.R.E. scores, as well as L.S.A.T. scores, it caused a bit of an uproar in the legal profession.

Responding to complaints that the L.S.A.T. was less available than the G.R.E., the Law School Admission Council, which administers the L.S.A.T., announced on Thursday that the test would be given more…

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