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How The Biological/Social Divide Limits Disability And Equality, Martha T. Mccluskey Jan 2010

How The Biological/Social Divide Limits Disability And Equality, Martha T. Mccluskey

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What is disability - a biological or social condition? In the conventional equality frameworks, the division between biology and social identity puts disability at the bottom of the formal equality hierarchy, but at the top of the substantive equality hierarchy. Compared with race and then gender, disability deserves the least protection against formal discrimination, on the theory that disadvantages are based on real and relevant functional differences more than on suspect social judgments. But turning to substantive equality, disability’s supposed greater biological basis justifies affirmative accommodation of difference, compared to the social differences of race, with gender in the middle ...


The Bar Examination, Tony W. Torain, Jo Anne Simon, Melinda Saran, Barbara Hergenroeder Jan 2007

The Bar Examination, Tony W. Torain, Jo Anne Simon, Melinda Saran, Barbara Hergenroeder

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Transcript of Panel 3: The Bar Examination, from Assisting Law Students with Disabilities in the 21st Century: Brass Tacks, Washington, DC, March 28, 2007.


Re-Interpreting The Effect Of Rights: Career Narratives And The Americans With Disabilities Act, David M. Engel, Frank W. Munger Jan 2001

Re-Interpreting The Effect Of Rights: Career Narratives And The Americans With Disabilities Act, David M. Engel, Frank W. Munger

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The Disabled Employee And Reasonable Accommodation Under The Minnesota Human Rights Act: Where Does Absenteeism Attributable To The Disability Fit Into The Law? Lindgren V. Harmon Glass Co., 489 N.W.2d 804 (Minn. Ct. App. 1992), Review Denied (Minn. Oct. 20, 1992)., Laura Reilly Jan 1993

The Disabled Employee And Reasonable Accommodation Under The Minnesota Human Rights Act: Where Does Absenteeism Attributable To The Disability Fit Into The Law? Lindgren V. Harmon Glass Co., 489 N.W.2d 804 (Minn. Ct. App. 1992), Review Denied (Minn. Oct. 20, 1992)., Laura Reilly

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Law, Culture, And Children With Disabilities: Educational Rights And The Construction Of Difference, David M. Engel Jan 1991

Law, Culture, And Children With Disabilities: Educational Rights And The Construction Of Difference, David M. Engel

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