The concept of admitting select students into law school without requiring the LSAT is gaining momentum. The University of Illinois College of Law became the second school recently to announce a new admission program that will enable juniors at the university's Urbana-Champaign campus to apply without taking the LSAT. Last month the University of Michigan Law School grabbed attention with the announcement of its new program in which Michigan juniors with at least a 3.8 GPA can apply without taking the LSAT.
Another Law School to Admit Select Students Without the LSAT
The National Law Journal
October 15, 2008