Disability Law Society

Mission: Disability Law Society (DLS) is a safe space for students with and without disabilities interested in disability law and policy. We understand that each disability is unique, and our experiences with disability vary. We serve all people with disabilities, ranging from physical, intellectual/developmental, and mental health. Because disability is intersectional and affects us all, we believe in the benefit of infusing a disability justice consciousness to every area of advocacy. DLS works to foster awareness and professional development for those interested in disability law, through programming and networking opportunities.

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Apr 12, 2021

UCLA Center for Immigration Law and Policy to Host 3-Day Virtual Conference: Immigration Policy in the Biden Administration - The First 100 Days and Beyond

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Apr 03, 2021

Beth Colgan Is Quoted in the LA Times on a Fourth Amendment Matter

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