Wednesday, February 08, 2012

ABA Joins Disability Advocates in Pressuring LSAC

See this article by that title in the National Law Journal.  It begins:
The American Bar Association has sent a message to the Law School Admission Council that it's not happy with that group's handling of requests for special accommodations by takers of the Law School Admission Test.

The ABA's House of Delegates voted unanimously on Feb. 6 to adopt a resolution urging the council to "ensure that the exam reflects what the exam is designed to measure, and not the test taker's disability." The vote came during the ABA's midyear meeting in New Orleans.



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