Unlocking Justice (2012). Lawyers, health professionals, and aspiring ADA advocates will use this work to meet re-licensing requirements elevating readers' ethical compliance with ADA mandates. This book sets a much needed standard of care under the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008 for ensuring equal treatment in the judicial system for those with functional impairments. In searc...
Series: "The Americans With Disabilities Act And Its Amendments Act Protecting Persons With Disabilities In Court: Domestice Violence, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders & Other Functional Impairments" (Book 1)
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: Fulkort Press, LLC; 1st edition (2012)
Package Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 0.8 inches
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Dr. Karin Huffer's life time work deserves the highest recognition and support by the entire legal system. I have been validated with all of the PTSD and Legal Abuse Syndrome disabilities I suffered over 10 years from her award winning work. Now, I f...
standard for equitable treatment for Litigants with Disabilities (LWD) I found none that consistently assure fair and equal access to the judicial system for them. NO organization, regulatory body, or professional ethical requirements among legal and health professionals assure that persons with impairments receive a fair unbiased experience in the courts. No profession involved in the justice system seems to be fully aware of the need to take a firm stand against the burgeoning health menace that the legal system now represents for litigants especially with invisible disabilities. This is the required text book for the ADA advocacy Online Course. To Learn more: https://equalaccessadvocates.com/courseinfo/