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African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT, with Professor Alex Johnson

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2010

University of Virginia law professor Alex Johnson, former chair of the Law School Admissions Council and former dean of Minnesota Law School, discusses the black/white LSAT score gap and why law schools are not admitting African-American students at a rate proportional to the test-taking population. Johnson offered his remarks during a talk sponsored by the UVA Black Law Students Association on Feb. 15.

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