LSAC Acquires Law School Transparency (Ep. 342)

What does LSAC’s recent acquisition mean for the future of Law School Transparency? Tune in this week for an eye-opening interview with LST founder Kyle McEntee—now a senior director at LSAC. Plus, the guys declare LSAT Demon a contrapositive-free zone, explain how to transform a weakness in Logic Games into a strength, and encourage listeners to become their own boss. But first, a word about Wordle: Is this trending game anything like an LSAT logic game? Nathan and Ben comment. 


What do you want to know about the legal market and how to get a job? Next week, Ben and Nathan interview Rachel Gezerseh, author of The Law Career Playbook. Send your questions to help@thinkinglsat.com before March 22.


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Important Dates




3.30.2022 — March LSAT scores released


4.27.2022 — June LSAT registration deadline


4.29.2022 — April LSAT begins


5.18.2022 — April LSAT scores released


6.10.2022 — June LSAT begins




3:44 - Wordle


9:28 - Interview with Kyle McEntee


47:53 - F*** Contrapositives


54:15 - A Weakness in Logic Games


1:06:19 - Waitlist Surveys and the Google Analytics Course




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