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    Hello everyone!

    A blind man has lost his appeal against the ABA over the LSAT test being a discriminatory test because it violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. (He asserted 25% of the LSAT questions “require spatial reasoning and visual diagramming for successful completion.”)

    This isn’t the first time the LSAC and/or ABA have faced a lawsuit over the LSAT and it likely won’t be the last. What it does mean, however, is that it seems pretty certain that law school applicants will have to continue to sit for the LSAT for at least the foreseeable future.

    Best of luck with your applications!

    Sincerely,

    David Petersam
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