This notice is about a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (“Sheriff’s Department” or “LASD”) involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).
View the Settlement Notice here.
DRLC is committed to educating and training the next generation of disability rights activists. The Executive Director teaches Disability Rights Law and Special Education Law at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and the Director of the Cancer Legal Resource Center teaches Cancer Legal Rights Law. The Legal Director frequently teaches disability law/complex litigation and lawyering workshops that attorneys and DRLC staff attend. To the extent that there are valuable conferences on disability law, special education law, litigation issues, civil rights and relevant government program, DRLC often presents on timely issues or moderates a panel.
Staff attorneys give MCLE (attorney continuing education credits) on issues in our areas of expertise including: Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession; Introduction to Special Education and Special Education Law and Advocacy.