Learn How to Make Your Bar Association More Accessible on December 13
Join your colleagues for the next webinar on December 13, at 1:00 pm Eastern/12:00 pm Central and learn how to make your bar association more accessible. Pamela Hoopes, Deputy Director/Legal Director at the Minnesota Disability Law Center, will cover: the basic legal framework for accessibility; facility accessibility (both onsite and for private and public off-site events); programmatic accessibility for individuals with various needs; accessibility of online and printed materials; and service animals. She will also discuss proactive steps to improve accessibility, such as self-audit, and recommended resources that may be available to you in your state. Register for this session now. >> 

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