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2023 Kruse Ethics Lecture: Abelism and Law
Ableism is pervasive and persistent, affecting all aspects of disabled people’s lives. This presentation defines ableism and describes the ways that it is woven into our laws, policies, and collective conscience. It also explores how ableism is embedded in legal practice and concludes with suggestions for attorneys about how to commit to an anti-ableist practice.
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This virtual program, spread over three half-days, will be a very fast-paced review of the key components of the Social Security program, including the eligibility requirements for all benefits.
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