Student who cannot see files lawsuit over LSAT requirement

05/24/2011 | CNN

Angelo Binno, a Michigan student who cannot see, has filed a lawsuit against the American Bar Association claiming its requirement that students pass the Law School Admissions Test discriminates against those with visual impairments. Binno, who was rejected by three law schools because of low LSAT scores, takes issue with visually oriented elements of the exam that suggest students draw diagrams to help them understand logic problems.

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