Massachusetts law student is latest to bring disability-bias suit over LSAT

, The National Law Journal


The plaintiff seeks double the standard time to take the June 2012 LSAT and any future LSATs because of his neurological, emotional and learning disabilities. He claims he suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder, depressive disorder, and anxiety disorder.

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  • Tammie Granger

    My understanding is that law schools look at everything from GPA to 1L grades. They will look at LSAT scores too. That is important.

  • James Li

    I thought law schools looked at that 1L grades more than the LSAT scores when making transfer decisions. Am I wrong?

  • James Li

    I thought law schools looked at 1L grades more than the LSAT scores when making transfer decisions. Am I wrong?

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