Law Student Initiatives
Amicus Curiae Briefs
ABA Policy on Disability
ABA Lawyer Spotlight
ABA Law Student Spotlight
Commission's annual report on the status of lawyers with disabilities within the ABA and its leadership and entities.
In furthering its commitment to diversity in the legal profession, the ABA Commission is promoting A Pledge for Change, a one-page pledge for legal employers to sign that affirms the signatory’s commitment to diversity, specifically disability diversity.
The Law Student Division sponsors the official National Mental Health Day on March 27 at law schools across the country for educational programs and events that teach and foster breaking the stigma associated with severe depression and anxiety amongst law students and lawyers.
Commission comments on ABA law school approval standards as they pertain to applicants and students with disabilities.
New e-mail list for law school staff involved with disability support services for students. List provides resources and is a forum to ask questions. Register as an ABA member by clicking on "New Customer" to create a profile in order to join.
Each year the ABA and Commission honor an individual or organization that advances the rights of people with disabilities.
The Commission co-sponsors an annual disability law and rights writing competition with Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law.