Zen LSAT Featured in The Atlantic

I recently had the privilege of speaking with Caroline Kitchener from The Atlantic about the Logic Games section of the LSAT and broader concerns about the test prep industry. Her article just went up, and is well worth a read. 

https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/10/the-lsat-is-rigged-against-the-poor/504530/

Simply put, there are too many barriers to entry for the LSAT and the legal profession. This is one of the reasons I wanted to start this website - to point toward free and available resources that my students and others can take advantage of, and to begin developing and distributing my own resources. 

I'll be writing again toward the end of the week with larger thoughts on Caroline's article, where I think the conversation about legal education needs to go, and the next steps that we'll be taking here to keep lowering barriers to the LSAT. So, stay posted!