THE CHANGING FACE OF DISABILITY LAW IN THE NEW MILLENIUM: Thursday - Friday, March 14th -15th, 2002; UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law

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Healthcare; Technology; Education; Litigation Strategy; Disability & the Arts; Community Activism
Since the groundbreaking recognition of disability rights with the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, disability rights law has expanded
dramatically with new laws and evolving concepts of what disability
means in American society. This symposium will cover a wide variety of topics of continuing and emerging importance to the disability community including access to education and health care, technology and community organization. The day-long event features five panels of academics, lawyers, activists, and practitioners. In addition, there will be an art display of works by artists with disabilities and photographs chronicling the disability movement curated by Harold Adler. In conjunction with this display, we will have a luncheon featuring disabled artist, Prof. Katherine Sherwood.
Disabled Students' Program TRIO/SSS Project
The Pacific Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center (DBTAC)

Co-sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
(Boalt Hall).

Our co-sponsor, the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
(Boalt Hall) is a State Bar of California Approved MCLE Credit Provider