ABA hit with lawsuit from visually impaired law student hopeful

Plaintiff says LSAT does not accommodate the visually impaired

A blind law student hopeful is suing the American Bar Association, claiming the Law School Admissions Test (commonly known as the LSAT) violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Angelo Binno has taken the LSAT multiple times and cannot achieve a satisfactory score because he is unable to draw out the diagrams he would need to solve some of the problems. He has been rejected from three law schools as a result.


Cathleen Flahardy

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