Volume 18, Number 1

CONFERENCE
ASSISTING LAW STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES IN THE 2 1ST CENTURY: A NEW HORIZON?

Panelist Biographies

CONFERENCE PANELS

What the ADA Amendments and Higher Education Acts Mean for Law Schools

Lost in Transition: The If/When /How of Disclosing to an Employer

Lunch Address: "Disability: When, Why, and How It Matters, and When, Why, and How It Doesn't"
Robert Dinerstein, Keynote Speaker

"And Now a Word from Our Students

Suffering in Silence: The Tension Between Self-Disclosure and a Law School's Obligation to Report

Anticipating and Meeting Challenges in a Changing Landscape

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