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The Child Medication Safety Act: Special Treatment For The Parents Of Children With Adhd?, Emily Berntsen Jan 2005

The Child Medication Safety Act: Special Treatment For The Parents Of Children With Adhd?, Emily Berntsen

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton Jan 2005

The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Resolving Placement And Financing Disputes Under The Education For All Handicapped Children Act Of 1975, David E. Schoenfeld Jan 1985

Resolving Placement And Financing Disputes Under The Education For All Handicapped Children Act Of 1975, David E. Schoenfeld

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Representation And Advocacy At Non-Adversary Hearings: The Need For Non-Adversary Representatives At Social Security Disability Hearings, Frank S. Bloch Jan 1981

Representation And Advocacy At Non-Adversary Hearings: The Need For Non-Adversary Representatives At Social Security Disability Hearings, Frank S. Bloch

Washington University Law Review

The use of independent non-adversary representatives responsible for development and presentation of all relevant evidence and issues would resolve most of the deficiencies in the hearing stage of the present Social Security process, including those resulting from deficiencies in the prehearing stages. Administrative law judges would be relieved of unmanageable responsibilities and the hearing would be conducted fairly and on a complete record without undermining the advantages of a non-adversary system or incurring the cost of instituting truly adversary proceedings.


Special Problems Of The Deaf Under The Education For All Handicapped Children Act Of 1975, Donald W. Large Jan 1980

Special Problems Of The Deaf Under The Education For All Handicapped Children Act Of 1975, Donald W. Large

Washington University Law Review

With the benefit of these years of hindsight, the purpose of this Article is fourfold: (1) To explore the anticipated problems of the Act's implementation and to show that several problems have been more severe than was predicted by most writers. (2) To analyze the Act's basic assumption regarding placement of handicapped children as nearly as possible in a "normal" situationcommonly known as "mainstreaming"-and to show that, in many situations, that assumption has proven to be more harmful than helpful. (3) To distinguish between types of handicaps, showing how the Act-by not distinguishing between types of handicaps-produces ...