Disability Law Clinic
The Disability Law Clinic represents people with disabilities in a wide variety of civil and administrative matters, including disability civil rights, access to assistive technology and special education cases.
Current projects include a federal lawsuit against the Law School Admission Council, alleging that the LSAT discriminates against blind test-takers; an administrative complaint challenging a condominium association's refusal to adopt a no-smoking policy as an accommodation for a resident with severe respiratory problems; and a charter school's failure to accommodate a student with chronic migraine headaches.
The Disability Law Clinic is presenting a series of workshops for parents, guardians and other caregivers of children with disabilities designed to help them understand and protect their children's rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Saturday, Oct. 6: Special Education Law 101 - Wilder Branch
- Saturday, Nov. 3: Special Education Law 101 - Sherwood Forest Branch
- Saturday, Dec. 1: Special Education Law 101 - Chaney Branch
The Disability Law Clinic is available for six credits. Enrollment is limited to eight students per semester.
- Completed all required first-year courses
- Good academic standing – at least a 2.0 GPA
- LEX 6800 – Professional Responsibility
- 12 "Office Hours" per week
- May not be taken by those who have taken the Civil Rights Clinic (LEX 8607)
For more information, email email@example.com or call (313) 577-4015.