February 21, 2020


Louisiana State University, Paul M. Herbert Law Center (Baton Rouge)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Primary Contact: Assistant Dean Benjamin Cornwell

LSU Office of Disability Services
124 Johnston Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

LSU Disability Resources Home Page

LSU Law Website


Loyola University - New Orleans

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Dean Madeleine Landrieu
(504) 861-5847


Accessibility Counselors 
Samantha Pollard (last names A-M)
(504) 865-2070
Dario Bayardo (last names N-Z)
(504) 865-2108

229-H Monroe Library


Southern University Law Center (Baton Rouge)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Marla Dickerson
ADA Coordinator
(225) 771-4913

SULC Disability Policy Statement

Courses on Disability Law

Americans with Disabilities Law
The goal of this online course is to familiarize students with the legal, policy, and practical implications of the Americans With Disabilities Act as it applies to people with both physical and mental disabilities. The course will cover the wide range of disability-based discrimination that the ADA addresses.

Mental Disability Law
This course is offered online and covers civil/constitutional issues (involuntary civil commitment, institutional rights, the right to refuse treatment, deinstitutionalization, and the Americans with Disabilities Act). Also covers criminal issues (competencies, the insanity defense, Federal Sentencing Guidelines, sexually violent predator acts, the importance of mental disability in criminal trial process issues such as confessions and the privilege against self-incrimination, and the death penalty).


Tulane University School of Law (New Orleans)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Office of Academic Affairs
Tondra Netherton
Asst. Dean of Students
(504) 865-5940
Michele Certoma, Project Manager
(504) 865-5934

Tulane University Goldman Office of Disability Services
Patrick Randolph, Manager
(504) 314-8433


Student Organizations

The DisAbility & Health Law Society

Externship Program

New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation; AIDSLaw of Louisiana; The Advocacy Center; Orleans Public Defender; Innocence Project New Orleans

Contact: Professor Jane L. Johnson
(504) 865-5157