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Advocating for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities

The Disability and Civil Rights Clinic focuses on protecting and advancing the civil rights of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It is one of the only law school clinics in the country specializing in this area.

The Disability and Civil Rights Clinic functions as a pro bono law firm representing low-income New Yorkers, and their families in a variety of civil legal matters, including housing, public benefits, access to health care, special education, parental rights, alternatives to guardianship, prisoners’ rights and discrimination in access to programs and services.

The mission of the Disability and Civil Rights Clinic is to promote the self-determination and independence of low-income adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing direct legal services that protect individual rights and enhance access to services.

Disability & Civil Rights Clinic Course Listing

Prof. Prianka Nair, Director & Prof. Sarah Lorr, Deputy Director
Location
111 Livingston Street, 20th Floor
Brooklyn, NY
Phone
718-780-7994