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LAW 131 v02 : Disability Discrimination Law

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ajn24 Nichol, Allison
LAW 131 v02: Disability Discrimination Law
Disability Discrimination Law
T 6:00-9:00p
Take-Home Exam

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Professor Nichol was Chief of the Disability Rights Section of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice where she oversaw litigation under Titles I, II and III of the ADA. She joined the Department in 1994, and served as lead counsel on some of the Department's first ADA cases. Prior to that she was a trial attorney with Chicago District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where in 1993, she was counsel in EEOC and Charles Wessel v. AIC Security Investigations Ltd., the first case in the nation brought to jury verdict under title I of the ADA. She is a nationally known trial lawyer and lecturer on ADA issues and trial practice, tactics and strategy. She is currently Legal and Policy Counsel to the SERO Project and an independent ADA consultant.

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