This is an interesting article about the accommodations that were (allegedly) denied for people taking the LSAT.
The Law School Admission Council is no stranger to litigation over its testing policies. The organization has been sued numerous times by would-be takers of the Law School Admission Test who were denied accommodations for what they claimed were disabilities.
Now the American Bar Association’s Commission on Disability Rights has asked the council to change the way it handles requests for testing accommodations, to “ensure that the exam reflects what the exam is designed to measure, and not the test taker’s disability.”
Read the rest of the story on The National Law Journal
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