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.
[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.
The National Disabled Law Students Association condemns actions by Rochester Police Department officers and demands accountability.
Marissa gives advice on how to create an inclusive on-campus interview environment for disabled law students.
Workforce Recruitment Program participants are about to start preparing their Schedule A letters. Here’s an extra overview of Schedule A letters courtesy of NDLSA volunteers.
Marissa Ditkowsky continues her top 14 ways legal employers can increase access for disabled employees.