A legally blind law school graduate can sit for the bar exam using the technology she says she needs, a federal judge decided Friday, saying that there’s no reason bar exam officials shouldn’t accommodate her.

Stephanie Enyart, 32, who graduated from UCLA School of Law last spring, asked to take the bar exam using the assistive technology she used all through law school — two screen reading and screen magnification software programs. Enyart said she has been relying on that kind of technology since she lost her vision as a teenager.

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