TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Amelia Ferrell Knisely on Aug 24, 2015

The Law School Admission Council has until early October to revise its disability accommodation policies after a judge upheld a series of changes aimed at making it easier for disabled test takers to obtain accommodations for the LSAT. Changes include reducing the medical documentation most applicants are required to produce and having an outside expert automatically review applications denied by council staff. The council argued the majority of recommendations would harm the credibility of the exam. Read more from the National Law Journal.