EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 17: Conversation with Chad Chasteen
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
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In this episode, we hear from Chad Chasteen the Director of Content Development for The Princeton Review. Chad Chasteen, Director of Content Development for The Princeton Review, responsible for lead content for their LSAT programming and their book, Cracking the LSAT, shares with us his thoughts about the reasons for last year's robust admissions cycle and his predictions for this year's cycle. Chad talks about the importance of preparation for the LSAT, and the value that The Princeton Review can add for applicants with programs that include such options as a guaranteed score. He advises applicants to consider student experiences, related services, and outcomes from particular law schools in order to determine their best "fit," information that is included in The Princeton Review rankings. Chad explains the reasons he believes the LSAT will continue to be the primary method of evaluating incoming law students, and concludes with additional predictions regarding the future of legal education.
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EdUp Legal, podcast, Dean Patty Roberts, St. Mary's University School of Law, legal education, legal scholarship, law professor, Chad Chasteen, The Princeton Review, Cracking the LSAT, rankings, student experience, admissions cycle
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