LSAT Can Notify Schools Of Disabled Test-Takers: Calif. Court

Law360, San Diego (February 6, 2013, 6:31 PM EST) -- The sponsor of the Law School Admission Test on Friday won its bid in California state court to temporarily block the state from enforcing an anti-discrimination law that bars it from notifying law schools when applicants with disabilities receive extra time to complete the test.

Judge Raymond Cadei of the Sacramento County Superior Court granted the Law School Admission Council’s preliminary injunction motion to halt enforcement of A.B. 2122, finding the anti-discrimination purposes of the statute were not rationally served by exclusively targeting the council given...
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