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U.S. News & World Report featured Emily Gold Waldman, associate dean for faculty development and operations at Haub Law in "9 Key Differences Between the LSAT and GRE"

01/22/2021

U.S. News & World Report featured Emily Gold Waldman, associate dean for faculty development and operations at Haub Law in "9 Key Differences Between the LSAT and GRE"

Emily Gold Waldman, associate dean for faculty development and operations at Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains, N.Y., says her school decided to accept the GRE in order to give J.D. applicants more flexibility and to broaden the school's applicant pool to include people who might be deterred by an LSAT requirement. Waldman says that one group of aspiring lawyers her school hopes to attract with its GRE-friendly policy are graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients.

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