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LSAT being waived for top applicants at more U.S. law schools

PLI SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

More law schools are taking advantage of a rule from the American Bar Association that allows them to admit students -- up to 10% of their enrollees -- who have not taken the Law School Admission Test but scored very well on other standardized exams. The move comes as law schools seek to stem declines in applications and enrollment. Bloomberg (05/19)


401(k)s must be monitored by employers, high court says

PLI SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Free Fridays Are a Privilege -- A Look at Attorney-Client Issues

PLI SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

Banks in FX settlement given SEC waivers

PLI SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

FX rigging leads to guilty pleas, fines for major banks

PLI SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Study: New overtime rules would cost companies, employees

PLI SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Lands' End CEO: Above all, take care of your people

PLI SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Extra second on June 30 worries financial industry

PLI SmartBrief | May 19, 2015

Md. income-tax law violates dormant commerce clause, Supreme Court rules

PLI SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Universities may alter sports setup if athletes are declared employees

PLI SmartBrief | May 22, 2015


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