June 12, 2015

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Watchdog: Report Of Favoritism In University Of Texas Law School Admissions Whitewashed Evidence Of LSAT Scores Of Admittees In The 130s And 140s. “An investigation into the corruption of admissions standards at the University of Texas School of Law confirmed Watchdog’s reports that dozens of applicants had been admitted to UT Law despite atrocious test scores. Nonetheless, Kroll Associates made no mention in its final report of the dozens of inadequate Law School Admission Test scores it found in researching applicant data from 2004 to 2014. Most of those underwhelming students were admitted when Bill Powers was still dean of the law school. Instead, Kroll simply ignored the most damning findings from Power’s tenure at UT Law, and gave detailed figures just for 2010 to 2014.”

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