Ruling allows council to 'flag' disabled Law School Admission Test takers

, The National Law Journal

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The Law School Admission Council has won the first round in its legal battle against the state of California over a law that seeks to protect disabled Law School Admission Test takers.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    What future legal client (or medical patient) would seek help from a lawyer (or doctor) who, for whatever reasons, can't read, think and act under pressure as quickly and efficiently as other lawyers (or doctors)? Our politically correct world has truly gone mad when we're bending over backwards to encourage young people with serious disabilities to take on crippling law school debt and then almost surely fail to find meaningful, much less profitable, work as a lawyer thereafter -- simply so we can feel good about ourselves as "anti-discrimination champions" of "diversity." What's next, a law that demands college basketball teams give short, fat, slow guys who can't shoot some extra time to run wind-sprints during tryouts?

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