Urges Law School Admission Tests to Accommodate Those with Disabilities
RESOLVED, That the _ urges all entities that administer a law school admission test to provide appropriate accommodations for a test taker with a disability to best ensure that the exam results reflect what the exam is designed to measure, and not the test taker’s disability.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the _ urges all entities that administer, score, or report the results of a law school admission test to establish procedures to ensure that the application process, the scoring of the test, and the reporting of test scores is consistent for all applicants and does not differentiate on the basis that an applicant received an accommodation for a disability.
FURTHER RESOLVED, That the _ urges all entities that administer a law school admission test to:
- Make readily accessible to applicants the policies, guidelines, and administrative procedures used for granting accommodations requested by those with disabilities;
- Give notice to applicants, within a reasonable period of time, whether or not requested accommodations have been granted; and
- Provide a fair process for timely reconsideration of the denial of requested accommodations.