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College of Law News

Can Colleges Deny Remote Teaching? Professor Arlene Kanter Speaks to Inside Higher Ed

Tuesday 8/17/2021

“For the past year and a half people have been teaching remotely,” she said. “If they could do it then, why would it be an undue hardship now?”

Arlene Kanter

Vaccines in the Workplace? Professor Doron Dorfman Cited by LAW360

Monday 8/16/2021

Courts would likely split on the reasonableness of a vaccine requirement as accommodation, Dorfman noted ...

Doron Dorfman

Professor Doron Dorfman Publishes on Masks v. Disability Accommodations in JAMA Health Forum

Monday 8/9/2021

“Although these individuals may not have required any specific prepandemic disability accommodations, they may now find themselves inadequately protected in their workplace where mask requirements are legally banned ...”

Doron Dorfman

Professor Doron Dorfman Featured on The Disability Equity Podcast

Friday 7/30/2021

In part one of the Johns Hopkins University-produced podcast, Professor Doron Dorfman shares his work examining how ideologies, stigma, and stereotypes of disability impact policies, and the high stakes implications during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doron Dorfman

Chantal Wentworth-Mullin Publishes on the VA and Technology in Michigan Bar Journal

Friday 6/4/2021

With the VA modernization goal in mind, Chantal Wentworth-Mullin’s article focuses on existing and emerging technology within the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA); electronic access to veterans’ claim files; VA use of artificial intelligence optical reading technologies; the direct upload process; and virtual hearings ...

Chantal Wentworth-Mullin

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