Opening statements began Monday in a would-be law student’s suit under the Americans with Disabilities Act demanding extra time to take the LSAT because he suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.

In the suit, plaintiff Jonathan Love claims that the Law School Admission Council Inc. has violated the ADA by denying his request for a reasonable accommodation despite numerous statements from the psychologists who evaluated him, his teachers and his family, who documented his learning disability.

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