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Representing People with Disabilities: Practical, Legal and Ethical Considerations - Webcast Replay 2

It is estimated that one in five people has a disability. Given the prevalence of disability in our society, attorneys need to be prepared to address the needs of clients with disabilities. This training will first provide practical tips on interacting with people with disabilities and the proper language to use. It will then focus on the legal and ethical issues that can arise when representing people with disabilities, with a focus on two common issues: access for clients with communication disabilities and representing clients with psychiatric disabilities.
Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Originally part of the IICLE Ethics Institute 2022
Credits: 0 General, 1 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9018-22WR05-2
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Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Representing People with Disabilities: Practical, Legal and Ethical Considerations
(1.0 Diversity and Inclusion PR Credit, pending approval)
It is estimated that one in five people has a disability. Given the prevalence of disability in our society, attorneys need to be prepared to address the needs of clients with disabilities. This training will first provide practical tips on interacting with people with disabilities and the proper language to use. It will then focus on the legal and ethical issues that can arise when representing people with disabilities, with a focus on two common issues: access for clients with communication disabilities and representing clients with psychiatric disabilities.
Barry C. Taylor, Equip for Equality, Chicago

Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Representing People with Disabilities: Practical, Legal and Ethical Considerations
(1.0 Diversity and Inclusion PR Credit, pending approval)
It is estimated that one in five people has a disability. Given the prevalence of disability in our society, attorneys need to be prepared to address the needs of clients with disabilities. This training will first provide practical tips on interacting with people with disabilities and the proper language to use. It will then focus on the legal and ethical issues that can arise when representing people with disabilities, with a focus on two common issues: access for clients with communication disabilities and representing clients with psychiatric disabilities.
Barry C. Taylor, Equip for Equality, Chicago

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