Missouri Lawyers Weekly has an article about a woman who is suing for extra time on the LSAT. Many of you already know, it is less likely to be granted additional time for the LSAT than the other common standardized tests.
What makes this case more interesting to us at least is that she is also suing for a white noise machine as well as a computer and food and drink while she takes the test. Should she win this case, it could force the LSAC to be much more liberal with respect to the granting of accommodations.
Best of luck on your applications!
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She’s 61, reads very slowly, is easily distracted, and has no right to practice law and represent anyone in court.
I’m not sure I’d wish her to be the public defender of my worst enemy.
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