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Disability Law: Getting Started

About This Guide

This LibGuide is intended to aid patrons in finding resources related to disability law.  Please keep in mind that this LibGuide is not an exhaustive list of available resources.

What is Disability Law?

Disability law may be defined as the body of law that deals with individuals with impairments and their rights under federal and state law. These rights may include full access to housing, education, transportation, programs and services, and employment. 

Other Research Guides

There are other LibGuides that might be useful to patrons researching disability law. For example: 

The University of Denver's Westminster Law Library has a LibGuide on Disability Law.

 

 

Subject Guide

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