The pedigree problem: Are law school ties choking the profession

Marjorie Shultz quoted in ABA Journal, July 1, 2012

“The LSAT itself says it only tries to predict three things: analytic reasoning, logical reasoning and reading skills,” she says. “While I certainly want lawyers to be skilled at those things, nobody has asked whether if you know about a candidate’s logic and analytical skills, do you know all you need to know to evaluate them for entering the legal profession?”