Kyle McEntee, executive director and co-founder of Law School Transparency, was named one of the 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America by The National Law Journal. The lawyers here were chosen by the NLJ’s editors, aided by nominations from the legal community and research by the NLJ’s reporting staff. According to the NLJ, this list represents law’s “power elite.”
The publication made its selections based on nominees’ political clout, legal results, media presence, business leadership, and thought leadership. The National Law Journal cited Kyle’s leadership in the movement for greater law school transparency. It specifically noted the impact that he and LST’s co-founder Patrick Lynch had on the ABA revising its accreditation requirements. Because of their leadership, “prospective law students [have] a more realistic picture of their potential career paths and indebtedness.” LST is proud to have its executive director recognized for the meaningful impact he has had on our profession and our society.