I credit the scambloggers for a Pyrrhic victory.
2,093 fewer people than last year sat for the February LSAT. The 2010-2011 testing year saw a drop from 171,514 to 155,050—16,464 drop equaling 9.6%. Despite the drop, 2010-2011 was the second highest LSAT year on record. The number of LSAT takers is the best measure of demand for juris doctors, and because legal education is highly countercyclical, a drop in LSAT takers is unprecedented.
Oddly, tuition is still increasing.