A federal judge has rejected a would-be law student’s suit demandingextra time to take the LSAT due to his learning disabilities afterfinding that the evidence in a nonjury trial revealed that hisimpairments are “mild” and do not qualify as a disability under the law.

In the suit, plaintiff Jonathan Love claimed that he suffers fromattention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, and that the LawSchool Admission Council Inc. violated the Americans With DisabilitiesAct by denying his request for a reasonable accommodation.

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