Law Student Loses Bid To Block LSAT Disability 'Flagging'

Law360, San Francisco (February 14, 2013, 8:10 PM EST) -- A California federal judge on Thursday refused a law student's move to block the administrators of the Law School Admission Test from reporting disabled students' scores to law schools differently, saying it was too soon for him to agree that “flagging” their tests is universally wrong.

Plaintiff Alexander Stern, who requested disability-related accommodations when he took the LSAT, urged U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen to declare the Law School Admissions Council's practice of flagging illegal and block the test sponsor from continuing to flag the...
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