What is Going On at Law School Admission Council (LSAC)?
Brian Tamanaha at the Balkinization Blog: Law schools elect the Board of Trustees that oversees LSAC. It is time to elect people who will take a hard look at its operation. What are LSAC’s priorities? Why is it amassing a huge pile of money? Why is it raising fees when it is not losing money? Why are the officers paid so much? Why is there a general counsel and assistant general counsel, with a combined salary of half a million dollars, along with legal fees to outside law firms totaling another half a million dollars? Why is a million dollars spent each year on lobbying? Why does LSAC pay for “guests” to accompany staff members to two board meetings a year? (All of this information is available on Guidestar).