Thursday, February 27





LSAT to be made more accessible for visually impaired students after lawsuit

The analytical reasoning portion of the Law School Admission Test will be redesigned following a recent settlement with a legally blind test taker. Angelo Binno, who is legally blind, filed a lawsuit against the Law School Admission Council in May 2017 after the organization denied his request to skip the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, according to a press release from Nyman Turkish PC, the law firm representing Binno. Read more...





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