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Professor Doron Dorfman Examines "[Un]Usual Suspects: Deservingness, Scarcity, and Disability Rights"

Thursday 4/2/2020

People encounter disability in public spaces where accommodations are granted to those who fit into this protected legal class, writes Professor Doron Dorfman. Nondisabled people desire many of these accommodations—such as the use of reserved parking spots or the ability to avoid waiting in a queue—and perceive them as “special rights” prone to abuse.

Doron Dorfman

Serving Veterans During COVID-19: VLC's Beth Kubala Appears on the Dave Allen Podcast

Monday 3/30/2020

During an appearance on WSYR’s Dave Allen Show (March 30, 2020), Beth Kubala, Director of the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic (VLC), discusses the clinic’s work, her military career, and how she, the clinic, and its students continue to serve Central New York’s veterans during the coronavirus public health crisis.

Beth Kubala

Professor David Driesen: Why NY Law Requires Absentee Ballots in Response to COVID-19

Monday 3/30/2020

Postponing elections because of COVID-19 is dangerous. We don’t know when the crisis will abate ...

David Driesen

Professor Cora True-Frost: Parenting in the Shadow of Scarce Ventilators

Monday 3/30/2020

As a mom, I have the same concerns as all parents during this pandemic: identifying and accepting my children’s feelings, limiting their screen time, discussing appropriate tone in texts, and managing their studies ...

Cora True-Frost

Professor William C. Banks in Ms.: Voting in a Time of Pandemic

Sunday 3/29/2020

... Such a move would be blatantly illegal: It would place the government of the United States in the hands of one man, abridge the cherished right of those in the U.S. to choose their leaders, and threaten democracy itself ...

William C. Banks

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