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    Hello everyone!

    The LSAC agreed to settle discrimination allegations for a reported $7.7 million which will compensate more than 6,000 students (a little more than $1,000 per student) who applied to take the LSAT with accommodations. The reason for the settlement, issued via a statement was that it didn’t make sense to fight this in court.

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    dizzy60614
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    Just over 1K each doesn’t even compensate for their LSAT materials.

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    Ajay Gupta
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    $7.7 million is chump change to them for a class action suit with merit.

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