11 May 20

Accommodations are a balance between someone’s need for the system to operate differently due to their neurological atypical interaction with the world and the request’s being an undue burden or fundamental alteration of the system. Lawyers have an ethical and legal duty to accommodate under the ADA and this half-day conference will explore those duties and help start a toolbox to navigate requesting accommodations for yourself or your client throughout the court process.

Sponsored by the Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee (MHLAC), this program has been approved for 3.0 CLE credits for the following panels: Adult Criminal; Criminal Appeals; CAFL; MHLD; YAD; YAD Appeals.

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