Today is the last day to register for an exciting event in Charleston on Thursday, September 23rd.
For attorneys, this is a great opportunity to attend a Continuing Legal Education Event to learn about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its impact over the past 20 years.
The ADA: Olmstead and Beyond – Elizabeth Priaulx, National Disability Rights Network
The ADA and State Budget Cuts: North Carolina’s Experience – John Rittelmeyer, Disability Rights North Carolina
The ADA and Medicaid Issues: Georgia’s Experience – Joshua Norris, Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc.
The ADA and State Delivery of Services – Panel Discussion
The ADA and the Fair Housing Act: Aging in the Community – Susan Ann Silverstein, AARP Foundation Litigation
The ADA as Civil Rights Litigation: Class Actions and Attorneys’ Fees Issues – Armand Derfner, Derfner Altman & Wilborn
How Do We Maintain the Momentum? – Panel Discussion
- $50 non-profit attorneys
- $100 government and private bar
- Lunch is included in registration fee
For the public, this event offers a special evening of celebration and a chance to meet some passionate disability advocates with a presentation by Samuel Bagenstos. And the reception is free. Registration is required however.
Both these events offer a wonderful opportunity to celebrate 20 years of the ADA! Please join us in the celebration!
For more information, please visit http://www.pandasc.org/.
Hope to see you there!