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February 21, 2020


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

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

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Disability Law & Policy: This course will survey health care, access, and discrimination aspects of disability law.  Although the primary focus will be on federal law and its application, that coverage will be enriched with discussion of relevant Louisiana law and other state law.  Discussion will identify and address technical elements of the governing law and policy, as well as relevant current issues.  The course will culminate with a case study, such as extreme morbid obesity or Louisiana’s efforts to provide children with autism spectrum disorder access to treatment through applied behavior analysis (“ABA”).

Loyola University - New Orleans

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Office for Accessible Education

The Office for Accessible Education (OAE) works to ensure that students with disabilities have access to education and campus life at Loyola. Through collaboration with the institution’s diverse community, OAE facilitates accommodations, discourse, and engagement to promote a universally accessible learning environment for all.

Phone: (504) 865-2990
Email: [email protected]

Southern University Law Center (Baton Rouge)

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Disability Student Services

Southern University Law Center provides services and accommodations to student with disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you have any questions or concerns regarding compliance with applicable federal and state laws, you may contact Dorothy Straughter-Parker, [email protected], Office of Academic Support Programs, Southern University Law Center, Post Office Box 9294, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70813.


Labor and Employment Law (LAWS 812): A study in labor and employment relations covering general labor law, employment-at-will, employment contracts, whistle-blower legislation, FLSA, and the American with Disabilities Act.

Employment Discrimination (LAW 685): Course analyzes the statutory, constitutional, administrative, and judicial responses to discrimination in the workplace.

Tulane University School of Law (New Orleans)

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Tulane University Goldman Office of Disability Services

At the Goldman Center for Student Accessibility, we seek to eliminate barriers, advocate for inclusion, and ensure access for every member of our community. We stand by our mission, to recognize that a community rich in diversity acknowledges that great minds think differently.

Goldman Center for Student Accessibility
Howard Tilton Memorial Library (Bldg. #60), Suite B25
7001 Freret Street | New Orleans, Louisiana 70118
Phone: (504) 862-8433 
​Email: [email protected]