Some law schools are expanding entrance exam options as a way to try and encourage more diverse students to apply.
As enrollment declines and the job market for lawyers stagnates, some law schools are struggling to keep the lights on.
Non-J.D. enrollment at law schools is growing
The Wall Street Journal reports that newly minted lawyers have only about a 50 percent chance of being employed as lawyers nine months out from graduation.
The number of students taking the test to go to law school fell to its lowest level in 12 years, according to the latest data from the Law School Admission Council, which administers the test.