Through my work planning an event for the Drake Law Women, I learned that we can have LSAC send us a list of contact information for individuals in our state who have signed up to take the LSAT. I knew that schools used this service, but what I didn’t know was that it only costs the school $2.00 for the list.
I paid $123.00 for the LSAT (twice), and a total of over $200 for reports and fees. And they charge law schools a measly two bucks apiece to sell my contact information?
I expected obtaining that list to cost us a fair chunk of our budget. While I’m happy it didn’t, somehow it seems so…disproportionate.