Tagged: lsat accommodations
A federal judge in the Northern District of California left mostly in tact procedures that will make it easier for LSAT test takers to qualify for accommodations. The opinion includes an automatic review by an outside expert when the LSAC denies requests, submission of documentation dating back to when the LSAT test taker was as young as 13 and differing levels of documentation depending on the amount of accommodation sought.
For years, we’ve advised our clients that the LSAT is the hardest exam to gain accommodations for. We’ve also been painfully aware of how expensive some of the accommodations testing can be. We’re optimistic that now, hopefully, disabled test takers will have an easier time gaining the accommodations to which they are legally entitled!
Best of luck with your applications!
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Too late for my older brother but good for everyone else who is younger.
What accommodations are they going to get when they are practicing law and arguing in court?
Nice to know laws are supposed to be enforced
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