Thursday, June 3, 2010

Law School Graduates Sue National Conference of Bar Examiners for Violation of ADA

Three visually impaired law school graduates, who were allowed to use screen reading software during law school, have sued the NCBE alleging that the NCBE's denial to use computer-based aides on the Multistate Bar Examination is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Earlier this year a graduate of the UCLA School of Law brought a similar suit.

Hat tip to Law Librarians Blog