Amicus brief field in the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that a woman who was shot by police during a mental health crisis could sue San Francisco under Title II of the ADA for failure to provide her with reasonable accommodations during arrest.
Amicus brief filed in the Supreme Court of Connecticut providing research demonstrating that even students with the most severe disabilities can learn and that all students are entitled to an education under the IDEA and ADA.
Amicus briefs filed in the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado arguing that the IDEA requires more from schools than the “merely more than de minimis” standard articulated by the lower court.
Amicus brief filed in the New York Court of Appeals arguing that the court must recognize the important role it has in enforcing the rights of parents with intellectual disability to receive the accommodations they need to preserve and reunify their families.
NDRN is the nonprofit membership organization for the federally mandated Protection and Advocacy (P&A) systems and Client Assistance Programs (CAP), collectively the largest provider of legally based advocacy services for people with disabilities in the US.