Accessible Voting in a Pandemic: A Review of Recent Cases
Editor’s Note: This piece is a part of our series celebrating the thirty-year anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 2020 was a...
Washington Supreme Court Holds Obesity Is an Impairment.
Seventh Circuit Rules that a Multimonth Leave of Absence Cannot Be a Reasonable Accommodation.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Observes that Americans with Disabilities Act Applies to Parole.
Eleventh Circuit Holds that Housing Providers Cannot Delay Review of Reasonable Accommodations by Requesting Extraneous Information.
Reconsidering the next phase of the disability rights movement