Misunderstandings about disability lawsuits subvert justice for people with disabilities.
Leading scholars discuss disability regulation’s accomplishments along with lingering needs.
Scholar argues for an irreparable harm exception to the exhaustion doctrine in special education disputes.
Differing judicial positions on the ADA’s application to websites set up a potential Supreme Court case.
Scholar argues that a key disability rights framework could support prison reform or even abolition.
A federal rule finalized under the Trump Administration allows airlines to narrow the use of animals as a disability accommodation on flights.
The future of disability antidiscrimination efforts should account for pervasive and normative biases.
The United States has failed to realize the ADA’s potential to impact the rights of people with disabilities.
Scholars reflect on three decades of the landmark antidiscrimination law, its effects, and its future.
The EEOC should update its guidance to encourage employers to provide telework as a reasonable accommodation.
Experts address the ADA’s relevance to modern life, thirty years after its passage.