A World of Law Students in the News: Legally Blind Law Student Wins Her Own Case

Deanna Jones, a third-year law student who’s legally blind and learning disabled, has won her first big court case: her own.

Jones sued the National Conference of Bar Examiners in July, accusing it of violating the Americans With Disabilities Act by refusing to let her take a key legal ethics exam using a computer with screen access software that she has used to read in college and in law school.

Deanna Jones, Legally Blind Law Student, Wins Her Own Case

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