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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call (313) 577-4015.
Associate (Clinical) Professor
Director, Disability Law Clinic