Dan Bernstine, president of LSAC, said, “We are delighted that law colleges nationwide are realizing the advantages of using the LSAT-India as a key part of the admission process. The exam provides a precise and objective way for law colleges to select the students most likely to succeed.”
Prominent law schools including Jindal Global Law School — Sonipat, VIT Law School — Chennai, RGSOIPL — IIT Kharagpur, UPES Dehradun, Alliance University Law School — Bangalore and Sharda University — Greater Noida have been accepting LSAT-India scores for admissions and now the additional institutions are also associated with LSAT-India.
These include Faculty of Law, SGT University, Gurgaon; Lovely Professional University, Phagwara; Faculty of Law, SRM University, Sonipat; Raffles School of Law, Raffles University, Jaipur; IFIM Law College, Bangalore; School of Law, Saveetha University, Chennai; CMR Law School, Bangalore; Disha Law College, Raipur; School of Law, Jagran Lake city University, Bhopal, MP.
Source: The Times of India