November 21, 2018


Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

IIT Center for Disability Resources
3105 S. Dearborn Street - LS 252
Chicago, IL 60616
Aggie Niemiec
(312) 567-5744
Fax (312) 567-3493
TDD (312) 567-5135

Health Law, Policy and Bioethics

DePaul University College of Law (Chicago)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center   

Charlotte Taylor
Assistant Dean of Multicultural Affairs & Student Support Services

For exam accomodations:
Diana White, Assistant Dean
(312) 362-8537

(773) 325-1677
TTY (773) 325-1677

Other Information

The College of Law has a class on Disability Law which is usually taught once a year by Professor Mark Weber.

While the College of Law does not have a mission statement of its own on disability, there is a statement from the University:  "The mission of the Office of Students with Disabilities (OSD) is to provide accommodations and support to students with disabilities that will enable them to fully participate in programs and services that are available at DePaul University. In addition, the Office of Students with Disabilities encourages students with disabilities to independently manage their lives inside the university as well as in the community outside the University. The Office of Students with Disabilities works with various departments within the university to ensure that no qualified student(s) with disabilities are denied the benefit of, excluded from participation in, or otherwise subjected to discrimination because of the absence of educational auxiliary aids."

Contact Person is Karen Meyer, 773-325-7290,


John Marshall Law School (Chicago)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Daniel S. Lacy, Esq.
Disability Accommodations Coordinator
312.427.2737 x 774

Student Organizations

Disability Law Organization

Clinical Programs

Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic - B. Clauss ( Assists veterans by investigating and researching their VA benefit claims.
Fair Housing Legal Support Center - A. Bethel ( Assists people with housing discrimination/accommodations. 

Externship Programs

City of Chicago Mayor's Office of Disabilities; Public Guardians Office; Social Security Office; Probate Court (Contact S. MacLachlan -

Other Information

Coursees are offered on Disability Law, Health Law, Domestic Violence, Veterans Advocacy, Fair Housing, Psychology & the Law, Employment Law, School Law, and Worker's Compensation, all of which cover disability-related issues.

Loyola University - Chicago

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

James Faught
Associate Dean
(312) 915-7131

Other Information

The Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, The Elder Law Initiative, The Center for Public Service Law, The Civitas Center, The Childlaw and Education Institute, curricular offerings that include disability law (employment law, employment law counseling, mental health law, special education law, and therapeutic justice)


Northern Illinois University College of Law (DeKalb)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Debra Miller
Health Services Building 411

Holmes Student Center
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
(815) 753-1303
TTY (815) 753-3000
Fax (815) 753-9570


Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Services for Students with Disabilities
Scott Hall, Room 21
601 University Place
Evanston, IL 60208
(847) 467-5530
TTY (847) 467-5533
Fax (847) 467-5531


Southern Illinois University School of Law (Carbondale)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
(618) 453-8788

Disability Support Services
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
900 South Normal Avenue
Woody Hall B150
Carbondale, IL 62901-4705
(618) 453-5738
Fax (618) 453-5700
TTY (618) 453-2293


University of Chicago Law School

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Charnessa Warren

Clinical Program

The Mental Health Advocacy Project aims to increase the quality and quantity of community mental health services available for persons with serious mental illness. Students and faculty work together on individual cases, and on lobbying efforts to affect local, state and federal legislation. The Employment Discrimination clinic also represents individuals with disabilities who are bringing claims against their employers and cannot otherwise afford representation.


University of Illinois College of Law (Champaign)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES)
1207 S. Oak St.
Champaign, IL 61820
(217) 333-1970
TTY (217) 244-9730
Fax (217) 333-0248