Zoom Accessibility Guide for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

As much of the legal profession shifts to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom calls have rapidly become part of our everyday lives. Our guide (in accessible PDF form) is a handy reference for making sure that deaf and hard-of-hearing users are fully included.

Zoom Keyboard Accessibility Shortcuts

No mouse? No problem! Here's our handy guide on how to use Zoom with just your keyboard.

Programs and Articles

COVID-19: Remote Learning and Working for Law Students and Lawyers with Disabilities

The legal profession and the legal academy adapted quickly to remote working and remote teaching in mid-March when the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear, but not all lawyers and law students have fared equally well. This webinar will focus on the impact of COVID-19 on remote learning and remote work for law students and lawyers with disabilities.

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Learning for Students with Disabilities in the Time of COVID-19

The switch to homeschooling and other educational service delivery models necessitated by the coronavirus raise a myriad of issues for students with disabilities, their families, educators, and related service providers.

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ARTICLE: COVID-19 and Disability-Based Discrimination in Health Care

CDR Commissioner Elizabeth Pendo has written an article addressing the disability discrimination in how the healthcare system is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 - Who Gets Left Behind?

The COVID-19 pandemic poses serious challenges, with projections showing that the need for life-saving treatment may far exceed both the capacity and resources of the U.S. healthcare system. This webinar discuses how to address those challenges.

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