jtgain wrote:I still don't understand how any of this violates LSACs copyright, or how they can forbid a discussion of what happened on the test.
Let me ask you this: If I watch Die Hard, and come on this site and say "Wow, that Bruce Willis sure was cool when he threw the guy off of the building" can I be sued for copyright infringement by the movie studio?
I don't think LSACs or anyone else's copyright extends that far. Now if it is a board rule for whatever reason, that's fine, but I don't think any of us needs a lecture on how we are breaking the copyright laws when it is certainly not true..
You should email LSAC with your account number and the things being said on this site...and see what they say.