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See all the Continuing Legal Education programs we have coming up, and see more about our invaluable books and other publications.
We offer many resources for lawyers, law students, legal organizations, and other legal professionals and entities, including toolkits, potential opportunities for law students with disabilities, and much more. Click the link below to go to our resources page!
Events, Initiatives, and Awards
Learn about our various initiatives and programs, including events for National Disability Employment Awareness Month, our mentor program, the Paul G. Hearne Award, and much more.
Our Commissioners, Liaisons, and staff are dedicated attorneys and advocates, many of whom practice disability law or have disabilities themselves. Click the button below to learn more about the Commission on Disability Rights and its history.
Commission Members in the News
This Lawyer's Blindness Led Him to a Tech-Focused Law Practice
The ABA Journal has published a profile on longtime Liaison to the CDR Ira "Ed" Marquette! Click below to read about his fascinating path through the legal profession.
State Appeals Judge Challenged Biases to be First Person With Cerebral Palsy to Argue Before SCOTUS
CDR 2018-19 Commissioner Judge Randall M. Howe discusses his path to the law.
National Disability Employment Awareness Month
In this video message on #DisabilityAwarenessMonth, @ABAPresident Bob Carlson reaffirms the ABA's commitment to #diversity in the legal profession. The American Bar Association (ABA) is actively participating in National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October and celebrates the contributions of workers with disabilities and educates about the value of a diverse workforce inclusive of their skills and talents.Learn - More
Robert (Bob) T. Gonzales
Hylton & Gonzales
Amy L. Allbright
Evan M. Greenberger