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  1. specifically in the LSAC litigation that we'll touch on later in the webinar.
  2. regarding specifically LSAC's documentation requirements and its flagging policy.
  3. were at issue regarding things like how much documentation LSAC
  4. And the decree requires that LSAC
  5. and it called for expert recommendations for improving LSAC's
  6. LSAC appealed the appropriateness of many of those best practices,
  7. no, the bulk of the best practices are fine and should be implemented by LSAC.
  8. So those best practices are now being implemented by LSAC.
  9. it's only with respect to LSAC,
  10. those very specific best practices which has been tailored to LSAC.
  11. the best practices report from the LSAC litigation,
  12. and the LSAC best practices report should anyone be interested in viewing those.
  13. I've been involved with the LSAC since 1989. And so I've learned a lot about the test.
  14. GMAT -- and they're located in Princeton, New Jersey. The LSAC was incorporated in
  15. founding law schools to incorporate the LSAC was the University of Virginia and
  16. before 1984. Anyway, so the test -- oh and I should add, the LSAC
  17. At one point it was about one and a half. And so the LSAC is actually quite proud of the fact that
  18. law school admission test sponsored by the LSAC shall establish that such
  19. Admission Council's website, to see what schools have applicants with those statistics,
  20. can actually go to the Law School Admissions Council website which is and that's