Ninth Circuit rules in favor of disabled law grad

In an important case for people with disabilities seeking accommodations on the bar exam, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled yesterday that the National Conference of Bar Examiners (which is responsible for the administering the multi-state portion of the bar exam used in most states) must grant a series of accommodations to a blind law grad. The report from the ABA Journal is here and has a link to the full opinion, which is worth reading.  This case is not necessarily directly applicable to accommodations for the LSAT, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.