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Thirty Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act: Law Students And Lawyers As Plaintiffs And Advocates

Peter Blanck

Blanck, P. (2021). Thirty Years of The Americans With Disabilities Act: Law Students And Lawyers As Plaintiffs And Advocates. The N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change. https://socialchangenyu.com/harbinger/thirty-years-of-the-americans-with-disabilities-act/


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Peter Blanck, Keynote “There is much I could say for the thirtieth anniversary. Today, we embrace the ADA’s principles of equal opportunity and participation in society, independent and integrated living, and economic self-sufficiency.4 But for this address, and especially because of the important efforts by NYU Law School’s Disability Allied Law Students Association (“DALSA”) to organize this symposium, I focus my remarks on thirty years of ADA advocacy as driven by law students and other lawyer advocates with disabilities.”

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