Hear from the community

"The new normals developed post COVID-19 has a prominent feature of digital activities as prime way of introduction to the world. The decision of online test taken by LSAC GLOBAL is a commendable step in a right, positive and a direction pacing with the time. We congratulate you and wish you all the best while reassuring our commitment to back you for every such welcoming decisions."

Dr. Jyotsna Yagnik Pro VC and Dean SOLJ Adamas University

"Whole world of law looks at the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) to conduct the 2020 LSAT—INDIA entrance examination, first time ‘online’, taking up the COVID19 challenge. Its expertise and experience must help LSAC to make examination more efficient, merit-centric and objective in discovering the deserving candidates for legal education laying foundation for justice in future."

Prof. (Dr.) M Sridhar Acharyulu Professor and Head of the Department, School of Law, Bennett University

"We are glad to know that LSAC Global is conducting admission tests online for our law school. Our Law School is established during the year 2019-20, with the object of emerging as a leading institution with specialisation to the professional and industry exposure to the students. Our faculty, Curricula and other efforts justify this. We are thankful to LSAT—INDIA for this matter."

Dr. V.L Mony Professor and Dean, Hindustan School of Law Hindustan University (Deemed to be University)

"With every new challenge, LSAC delivers. Post the Covid-19 lockdowns where aspiring law students were uncertain about their future colleges, LSAC has risen to the challenge and transitioned to delivering an online entrance exam. The first of its kind to be conducted ever in India. IFIM Law School congratulates you on your latest success"

Prof. Shaguftha Anjum Assistant Professor IFIM

"While the entire world is facing the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic and all major entrance examinations are being postponed, LSAT—INDIA is working in the larger interest of law aspirants. Online LSAT—INDIA is a great initiative and gives paramount consideration to the convenience and safety of the candidates."

Prof.(Dr.) Yogendra Srivastava Dean-Student Welfare and Director JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University

"LSAT—INDIA is a standardized skill-based test which is beneficial for the students as it gives them access to a number of premier law schools through one exam only. The completely automated online exam will ensure transparency and quick results for the students, thereby giving them the time to make the best choices for their law school education."

Dr. Shailashree Haridas Ph.D. (Eco): EPLM (IIM-C) Dean, Faculty of Law MIT World Peace University


"We are so happy to hear that along with the legal profession undergoing overnight digitisation, even legal academia has taken it’s first step towards digitisation. LSAC India’s decision to conduct the LSAT—INDIA exam online and through remote proctoring, is a welcome move during this pandemic. This truly portrays their commitment to legal education and ensuring uninterrupted access to students."

Ms Kritika Padode Founding member of Vijaybhoomi University Vijaybhoomi University

"When I used to train students for law entrance during the first innings of my career, I was very specific about my students taking LSAT—INDIA to deduce the qualities important for law graduation. In My second Innings as a Law Professor and as an administrative officer handling Admissions, I am happy to see more and more students understanding LSAT—INDIA as an examination and now appearing to test their calibre for law. The way the test is conducted is very reflective of skills required for doing law. English comprehension and Logical reasoning (Comprising of Analytical and Critical reasoning) are both important facets of a career in law and LSAT—INDIA tests it quite perfectly. This year with the AI Enabled remote proctoring, LSAT—INDIA has travelled a distance which every law school should embrace as the best solution available during these unsafe times, keeping the student safe. Usage of technology is inevitable and it makes me happy to see LSAT—INDIA as the pioneer showing the way forward to law schools, which shall help us in starting with the academic session on time and also provide law aspirants with much needed relief."

Deepu Krishna Deputy Director of Admissions and Outreach Jindal Global Law School.