ABA Resolution 111
The ABA Resolution 111 is centered and focused around the premise that law school admissions tests and scores such as the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) score and test should reflect what it is designed to measure, and not give insights into the individuals disability. In addition the ABA Resolution 111:
- Urges administrators of law school entrance exams to set standard protocol to guarantee that all aspects of the application and testing phases is uniform regardless of accommodations received for disabilities;
- Urges administrators of law school entrance exams to “make readily accessible to applicants the policies, guidelines, and administrative procedures used for granting accommodations requested by those with disabilities;”
- Urges for reasonable response times in regards to applicant applications for requested accommodations;
- Urges a fair process to be provided and adopted for reassessments of denied claims.