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For 70 years, the LSAT has been a rite of passage to legal education, at Harvard, as well as other law schools. However, beginning this fall, Harvard Law School will allow either the Graduate Record Examination or the Law School Admission Test for applicants.

1. Why is the GRE being considered instead of the LSAT?
2. What was the first law school to switch to the GRE?
3. What are the trends in the volume of applicants to law schools?
4. Why are accountants interested in going to law schools? List several reasons.

Svrluga, S. (2017). Harvard Law School will no longer require the LSAT for admission. The Washington Post, Mar. 9 (Retrievable online at