“Plaintiff repeatedly asserts that she is not asking us to review the state court determination because her complaint does not ask us to grant her certification to the bar. While she might not be asking us to review the state court order declining certification, granting the relief she requests would have that effect: she is asking for a remand so the district court may determine whether the Committee violated the ADA in treating her decision not to release the records as it did. If the Committee did violate the ADA, the district court would be directing the Committee to reconsider plaintiff’s case for admission when it has already ruled on it. This we can not do.
“We thus conclude that the district court lacks subject matter jurisdiction to review plaintiff’s ADA claims and that dismissal was appropriate.”
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Leinenweber, J., Kanne, J.