By Marissa Ditkowsky We have put together a number of resources about the rights of disabled employees, interns, and externs. However, judicial clerks must be aware of the sources of their protections. For federal clerks in particular, those sources are not traditional sources like the Americans with Disabilities Act or […]
By Ioana Zanchi The year 2020 can be remarked as ushering in the “world’s largest work-from-home experiment.” As the Covid-19 wave washed across the world, it made people restructure many aspects of their daily lives, as they could no longer rely on their prior routines. This extended time demanded that […]
NDLSA Comment on proposed ABA Standards revisions February 7, 2022 Leo Martinez, Council Chair American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Re: Proposed Revision to ABA Standard 306 Dear Mr. Martinez: The National Disabled Law Students Association (NDLSA) supports the proposed […]
Dear Governor Hochul, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Hoylman, Judith Gunderson (President and CEO of the National Conference of Bar Examiners), Chief Judge DiFiore, T. Andrew Brown (President of the New York State Bar Association), and Members of the New York Board of Law Examiners: The National Disabled Law Students Association […]
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.
The Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) program offers recent graduates the opportunity to work for a federal agency.
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.
The National Disabled Law Students Association submitted the following public comment on the proposed revised California State Bar Rule 4.90 regarding testing accommodations.
Co-President AJ Link wanted to write this post as his small contribution to NDLSA’s first celebration of Black History Month.
[New York, New York, February 2021] This week, the National Disabled Law Students Association (NDLSA) signed onto a letter addressed to Representatives Jerrold Nadler and Jim Jordan and the Committee of the Judiciary, signifying the organization’s support for the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act.