Monday, April 2, 2007

Bar Exam And The ADA

The South Dakota Supreme Court affirmed  a decision to deny a bar applicant double time to take the bar exam. The applicant had been diagnosed with ADHD and depression while in law school and had been accommodated in law school exams.  He was allowed time and a half on the South Dakota bar and sought double time, which was denied. The court accepted  the conclusions of the expert retained by the Board of Bar Examiners over the conclusions of the applicant's expert. (Mike Frisch)

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