Letters to the Editor

Letter: Law school

Along with many other standardized tests, there has been talk of eliminating the LSAT for law school applicants. Many of the problems apparently involve using logic and common sense.

A three-judge panel in Missouri recently decided that having unprotected sex in a car should be covered by car insurance. Keep the LSAT; future lawyers deserve one last chance to use logic and common sense.

— Jack Morris


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