2019 Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law Symposium

The annual Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law Symposium honors the extraordinary legacy of Dr. Jacobus tenBroek who founded the National Federation of the Blind in 1940. Learn more at https://nfb.org/programs-services/legal-program/jacobus-tenbroek-disability-law-symposium.

Note: All registration fees are nonrefundable.

March 28, 2019 7:45 AM   through   March 29, 2019 12:30 PM
200 East Wells Street
at Jernigan Place
Baltimore, MD 21230
United States
Phone: 410-659-9314  ext. 2442
Email:
Registration
Regular Registration $ 200.00
Student Registration $ 25.00
I would like a vegetarian luncheon meal.
Workshop - Thursday, 11:05
Disability Rights Messaging to Combat Stigma
Stopped at the Border: The Rights of Immigrants and Refugees with Disabilities under U.S. and International Law
Framing Deaf Special Education in Due Process
Department of Justice’s Barrier-Free Healthcare Initiative
Applying Olmstead’s Integration Mandate to Barriers to Successful Reentry for People with Disabilities after Incarceration
It Takes a Village: Battling the Stigma Facing Young Adults with Mental Health Disabilities on Campus and in the Workplace
Workshop - Thursday, 3:00
Public Insults
Undue Burdens under Title I of the ADA
Organ Transplantation Discrimination against People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and the Social Valuation of Life with Disability
Enforcing Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act for Children with Diabetes in Schools and Other Settings
The Intersection of Voting Rights and Website Accessibility: Lessons Learned from Eason v. New York State Board of Elections
Opioid Use Disorder and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Eliminating Discriminatory Barriers to Treatment and Recovery
Workshop - Friday, 10:00
Tearing Down “New” Borders: Advocating for Deinstitutionalization of Immigrant Children and Adults with Disabilities
“Hi, I’m Jamir, I’m Bad”: Current Litigation Approaches to Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline for Students with Disabilities
Educational Rights and Realities of Blind Students
Service Animals: Status of Efforts to Limit Access for Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals under Federal Disability Civil Rights Law
Barriers to Justice: Helping Your Deaf Client Navigate the Legal System
Olmstead Update from DOJ—A Year in Review