August 07, 2020 Rapid Response

COVID-19: Virtual Classrooms and Institutional Barriers

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed access to classrooms and lectures. This webinar examined the pandemic's effect on learning in the law school environment, focusing on how typical barriers to access for disabled law students have shifted in the virtual learning environment.

Panelists

  • Ellie Cowen, Associate Director of Outreach, National Disabled Law Students Association (NDLSA); Rising 2L, Concordia School of Law
  • Jeremy Wertz, Harvard Law School, Class of 2020
  • Maria A. M. Zavaleta, Rising 3L, University of San Francisco School of Law 

Moderator

  • AJ Link, Co-President, National Disabled Law Students Association (NDLSA); The George Washington University Law School, Class of 2020

Joint Sponsors: ABA Commission on Disability RightsNational Disabled Law Students Association

Resources

Transcript: COVID-19: Virtual Classrooms and Institutional Barriers

NDLSA Tips for Accessible Online Instruction

NDLSA Tips for Accessible Online Instruction (Screenreader)

NDLSA Tips for Accessible Online Instruction (Blue)

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