2nd Circ. Won't Rehear Harvard Law Grad's Disability Claim

Law360 (June 9, 2021, 4:13 PM EDT) -- The Second Circuit has rejected a Harvard Law School graduate's request to review a panel decision that found New York's Board of Law Examiners is immune from a claim that it violated federal law by failing to provide her accommodations during bar exams.

The Tuesday decision, a two-line order issued by a circuit court clerk, denied the May request of the graduate, who is identified in court documents by her initials T.W., for a three-judge panel rehearing or a full circuit court reconsideration of the April ruling.

The order keeps intact the panel's ruling that concluded the board did not waive...

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