Assisting Law Students with Disabilities in the 21st Century

Thursday, March 12, 2009
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Recent legislation, new technology, resource allocations, and individual perceptions each have the ability to affect the education of a law student with a disability. For student, career, and disability support professionals, for university counsels, faculty, and students themselves, knowledge of rights and responsibilities can be critical to academic achievement. Federal and state laws may help frame the issues, but they do not always assist with the day-to-day application and support we provide our students. This conference will address the major disability issues in the academic arena and identify the best practices for assisting law students with disabilities

Sponsored by American University Washington College of Law Office of Student Affairs

AU WCL Students – no charge
General Public - $35.00
(registration is required)

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