Calif. Sued Over LSAT Disability Accommodations Law

Law360, Los Angeles (January 9, 2013, 6:16 PM EST) -- Law School Admission Council Inc. has sued California, its governor and two other state officials, claiming a new law unconstitutionally bars it from notifying law schools when applicants receive extra time to complete the Law School Admission Test.

The lawsuit, filed Friday in Sacramento County Superior Court, alleges that Assembly Bill 2122, which Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law last year and went into effect Jan. 1, unfairly singles it out by making the new law apply only to the LSAT sponsor and not other companies that administer other standardized tests in California.

Under the threat of civil penalties, the law,...

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