The National Federation of the Blind and a blind law school applicant filed a discrimination lawsuit against the national law school admissions test administrator, The Law School Admissions Council, in a California Superior Court.

The lawsuit, which was filed on Feb. 19 in Alameda County, claims that the Newtown, Pa.-based admissions council violates two California laws requiring equal access to disabled persons because its Web site and Law School Admission Test (LSAT) preparation materials are inaccessible to the blind. National Federation of the Blind v. Law School Admissions Council Inc., No. RG-09436691 (Alameda Co., Calif., Super. Ct.).

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