New York is poised to legalize electric scooters and bikes

At first, there was a good amount of hold out in New York in the dockless electric scooter boom it and companies like lime and bird were not able to operate because of those restrictions but now after a good amount of demand, it appears poised to finally allow companies to share their products with the people living in New York. People and New York will now be able to see the electrically powered vehicles run on their streets. This will change the law drastically and legalize all the electronic bikes and scooters but a good amount of cities will need to opt in order to give the opportunity to the local people.

The localities will be able to decide how to regulate the laws regarding the vehicles. All of the electric bikes, as well as scooters, will be made legal statewide but there will be a sharing service which will be permitted and then only will the legalization proceed. There is only one exception that borough of Manhattan will not permit the legalization of these things. According to 9Bikes, There are a good amount of lawmakers who opposed the legalization of electrical scooters for a good reason and we think that this will somewhat satisfy them. There are some safety and sidewalk obstruction reasons which should be considered in this case and we agree with them but not that much.

There are bills which criticize electronic bikes as dangerous and harmful and those bills have ordered the New York Police Department to stop the food delivery workers who use those bikes and it is appreciated that this common sense legislation that clarifies the rules around the E-bikes on their Street is allowed. safety for everyone should be the priority on the roads and there are people who are looking forward to working with the legislators as well as the communities along with the developing plans in order to implement the new law.

Although Newyork is still a scooter free zone even after the Rapid growth of scooters around the globe, There are cities which are taking action in order …

Is LSAT reducing black enrollment in law schools?

The Law School Admission Test also known as LSAT, is a test designed to admit students in LAW schools in United States, Canada and many other countries worldwide.

According to a study termed as “The Marginalization of Black Aspiring Lawyers” it was found that Black people are given less priorities for admission through LSAT. Even though they study the same LSAT Prep books, answers the same questions and get the same numbers but their admission numbers are marginal.

This study was published in the Florida International Law University review. It was found that white students having the same marks gets more offers of admission then black students. The black students also get low need based financial help/support as compared to white students.

According to the executive director of the AccessLex Center for Legal Education Excellence and the author, Aaron Taylor it is a way of reducing diversity in Law schools. This is reducing the admission of black students and even forcing them to take admission in low grade schools. This also raises a question on the use of exam and how a student can get a good and prosperous career ahead if this type of racism is done while admission on these top level exams.

According to most of the sponsors, LSAT is a model which makes students clear their first year easily but some of them raises a question on how success of a Law student can be predicted. As for practicing Law every student has to give BAR exam and pass it to start their own Law practice.

Aaron Taylor also wrote in his study that Law schools are abide to give good lawyers and successful leaders in future. The first year is just a way ahead to be a lawyer from a simple student with no aim. But the main and the fundamental thinking for a Law school is to give future leaders who can think for humanity and the country.

Melissa Harris thrisk opinion on Taylor’s study

You must have heard of Melissa Harris Thirsk, the vice president and chief marketing officer of the Law School Admissions Council. She is also the head of organisation which sponsors the LSAT exams. She disputes Taylor’s conclusion and says that there are other factors which are responsible for lower admission of Black students in Law schools through LSAT and Law schools are not discriminating among black and white students.…