A picture of Lady Justice in front of law books with text on the rights side reading The National Disabled Law Students Association: Advocating for Disability Diversity in Legal Education

Our Goals


Enable disabled law students from the moment they decide to take the LSAT to the time they're hired as attorneys.


Empower disabled law students and graduates by broadcasting their own advocacy efforts and events.


Serve as forward-facing advocates for disability diversity in legal education and the legal profession.

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COVID-19 and the Workplace

This year’s NDEAM theme, “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion,” highlights the importance of ensuring that disabled people have full and equal access to employment opportunities as the United States continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The logo of the Department of Rehabilitation appears with its acronym "D-O-R." The 'O" is a stylized blue circle with three stripes of white running through it diagnolly. Under the logo reads "Employment, Independence, and Equality."

Vocational Rehab: An Untapped Resource

Vocational rehabilitation can be an important resource for lawyers, law students, and prospective law students who may need assistance finding, maintaining, or regaining employment due to their disability. It is a largely untapped resource for disabled individuals in the legal profession.

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