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Creighton University School of Law (Omaha)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Student Accessibility Services

The Office of Student Accessibility Services cultivates an accessible and inclusive community where students with permanent and temporary disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of campus life. We facilitate student advocacy, learning, and access through partnerships with students, faculty, and staff.

2500 California Plaza
Old Gym, Room 437
Omaha, NE 68178

Email: [email protected]
Fax: 402.280.5733


Employment Discrimination (LAW 346)

Students study federal and state statutes that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, and disability. Primary attention is given to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The topics considered include an analysis of different theories of discrimination (including "reverse discrimination"); litigation under Title VII; the impact of Title VII on employment practices; the overlap between Title VII and other anti-discrimination statutes; remedies, including "affirmative action"; and the role of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Health Services and Wellness

Student Counseling Services

Health, Wellness and Safety

University of Nebraska College of Law (Lincoln)

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Services for Students with Disabilities

Welcome to Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), an office within the Division of Student Affairs. We value diverse identities and experiences, and we believe disability is an important aspect of diversity at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. SSD partners with students, faculty, administrators, and staff to create accessible and inclusive educational and campus experiences for students with disabilities.

Office Location:
117 Louise Pound Hall
P.O. Box 880335
Lincoln, NE 68588-0335

Phone: (402) 472-3787
Fax: (402) 472-0080
General Questions E-mail: [email protected]
Documentation E-mail: [email protected]


Mental Health Law

Addresses both civil and criminal issues that are likely to arise in practice. These include: civil competence for a variety of purposes; civil guardianship and conservatorship; civil commitment; confidentiality and privilege; health care provider liability in the context of mental health care; competence to proceed at several stages of the criminal process; criminal responsibility; and criminal sentencing. Critical review of the mental health laws throughout the nation and their psychological foundations. Emphasis on the research that illuminates the problems facing mental health law, system, and processes and the available solutions. Includes the insanity defense, competency to stand trial, guardianship, conservatorship, and civil commitment.

Health Services and Wellness

Counseling and Psychological Services

Student Resources