The Law School Admission Council wants you to know that it doesn’t discriminate against disabled students who need accommodations when they take the LSAT and that it resents the U.S. Justice Department’s allegations to the contrary in a recent lawsuit.

“The Justice Department appears to be more interested in making headlines than in enforcing the [Americans with Disabilities Act] in the manner that Congress intended,” LSAC President and Executive Director Philip D. Shelton said in a statement released yesterday.

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