Indiana University Bloomington, Maurer School of Law
- Lee Hamilton, U.S. Congressman and Chairman of the 9/11 Commission and the Iraq Study Group
- Shirley Abrahamson, Chief Justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court
- Michael Uslan, Executive Producer of Batman Begins, Batman & Robin, Batman Forever, and Batman Returns
- Shap Smith, Speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives
- Michael S. Maurer , Indianapolis Businessman and Philanthropist
Should I retake the LSAT if I am unhappy with my first score? - We cannot answer this question with a definitive yes or no. You will find that most law schools look at the higher or highest LSAT test score for applicants with multiple scores. However, applicants should keep in mind that Admissions Committee members will see all scores and may be negatively influenced by a large number of tests or a downward trend in scores. If an applicant is certain that a poor LSAT performance was caused by an illness, unavoidable mishap, or other stress, a retake may be advisable.