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LSAC has entered into a Consent Decree with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the United States regarding testing accommodations for individuals with disabilities nationwide. For further information and to read the text of the Decree, please visit www.ada.gov/lsac_consentdecree.htm.
LSAC has received, but not yet evaluated, the "Final Report of the ‘Best Practices’ Panel" and the Minority Report which accompanied the Final Report. We note in this regard that all parties to the Consent Decree have the right to challenge any recommended “best practices” that they believe to be inconsistent with the terms of the Consent Decree. The parties have 60 days to submit such challenges to the Court. Candidates should continue to consult LSAC’s website for information on applicable policies and procedures for requesting accommodations on the LSAT. View the Best Practices Panel Documents.
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LLM applicants follow a different process than other law school applicants. We provide tools and resources to help guide you.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds and the LGBT community may have additional questions about applying to law school. We can help you find the answers.
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