April 1, 2012 | Articles

Disabled Law Students See Largest Hurdles at Entrance, Exit

Attorney Jo Anne Simon, who has represented disabled law students (or prospective students) who are suing standardized testing companies for greater accommodations, says the most significant problems surround those tests.

“Obviously, there could be a school here or there that isn’t as responsive,” Simon says. “Or there may be an individual circumstance where a student feels his or her rights have been violated for one reason or another. But the complaint is usually on one end or the other—getting into law school, or the bar exam.”

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Source: American Bar Association, April 1, 2012

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