Calif. Can Bar LSAT Score 'Flagging,' Appeals Court Says

Law360, Los Angeles (January 13, 2014, 8:17 PM EST) -- A California appeals panel on Monday allowed the state to enforce an anti-discrimination law that bars the sponsor of the Law School Admission Test from telling law schools when applicants with disabilities get extra time to take the test.

Justice Andrea Lynn Hoch, writing for a unanimous panel, ruled that a lower court’s preliminary injunction against California in February was an abuse of discretion because the Law School Admission Council could not show that the anti-discrimination law violated its right to equal protection.

LSAC argued that...
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