2nd Circ. Trims Harvard Grad’s Incapacity Swimsuit Over Bar Examination

Law360 (April 28, 2021, 10:37 p.m. EDT) – The Second Circuit ruled Wednesday that sovereign immunity blocked a Harvard Law graduate’s rehabilitation bill claim that the New York board of examiners ignored her anxiety-related disability while she was sitting Bar exam that reverses a lower court decision.

In a unanimous, published decision, written by US circuit judge Debra Ann Livingston, the three-judge panel rejected the argument put forward by plaintiff Tamara Wyche, who had argued that she was receiving money from the federal government.

According to the Rehabilitation Act …

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