6th Circ. Tells Blind Man ABA Is Wrong Target For LSAT Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (June 16, 2016, 5:13 PM EDT) -- A legally blind Michigan man accusing the American Bar Association of discriminating against the visually impaired on the LSATs lost his appeal on Thursday when the Sixth Circuit affirmed a lower court decision saying he didn't have standing to bring the case against the accrediting body.

Angelo Binno, who was rejected by three law schools after receiving low LSAT scores, sued the ABA in 2011 saying the test discriminates against the blind by including questions that require spatial reasoning and visual diagramming. On Thursday, a Sixth Circuit majority opinion said Binno did not bring his action against the correct entity, saying...

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