University of Idaho College of Law (Moscow)
Contact/ Disability Resource Center
The Center for Disability Access and Resources (CDAR) provides services and support to ensure individuals with disabilities are able to access and participate in all of the opportunities available at the University of Idaho.
Physical Location: Bruce M. Pitman Center, Suite 127
875 Perimeter Drive MS-4257
Moscow, ID 83844-4257
Civil Rights Litigation: In Civil Rights Litigation, students develop a basic understanding of claims, defenses and remedies available in 42 U.S.C. § 1983 actions, including claims brought against the police and prisons. Students will also be introduced to employment, disability and housing discrimination. They will be able to identify and evaluate litigation and alternative dispute resolution strategy, from both a plaintiff’s and defendant’s perspective.
Education Law: Issues pertaining to the history and structure of U.S. public education including religious and private school alternatives, school funding, curriculum and governance, student supervision, equal educational opportunity issues including race and disability, employment issues including collective bargaining, and students’ and teachers’ rights and responsibilities including free speech and due process.
Advocacy for Disability Justice: a student organization at the University of Idaho, College of Law. The goal of our club is to work together, in the promotion of diversity and alongside law students with disabilities, allies, and those sharing interest in disability advocacy, in order to enable greater access and awareness for all.