LSAT Discriminates Against Blind Test Takers: Suit

Law360, New York (May 24, 2011, 9:14 PM EDT) -- A blind law school hopeful from Michigan on Tuesday accused the American Bar Association of forcing schools to require that he and others who are visually impaired take the LSAT, which allegedly discriminates against the legally blind.

Angelo Binno, who is represented by blind attorney Richard H. Bernstein, filed suit in a Michigan federal court alleging he could not get into law school because his scores were too low due to questions in the entrance exam that the blind and visually impaired have difficulty answering....
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Case Title

Binno v. The American Bar Association


Case Number

2:11-cv-12247

Court

Michigan Eastern

Nature of Suit

Civil Rights: Americans with Disabilities - Other

Judge

Denise Page Hood

Date Filed

May 24, 2011

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