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Introduction, L. Lynn Hogue Oct 1981

Introduction, L. Lynn Hogue

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Aftermath Of The Dd Act: Is There Life After Pennhurst, The, Penelope A. Boyd Oct 1981

Aftermath Of The Dd Act: Is There Life After Pennhurst, The, Penelope A. Boyd

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rights For Developmentally Disabled Citizens: A Perspective For The 80s, H. Rutherford Turnbull Iii Oct 1981

Rights For Developmentally Disabled Citizens: A Perspective For The 80s, H. Rutherford Turnbull Iii

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reviewing An Individual Habilitation Plan: A Lawyer's Guide, Marianne Bennett Oct 1981

Reviewing An Individual Habilitation Plan: A Lawyer's Guide, Marianne Bennett

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Guardianship: Overcoming The Last Hurdle To Civil Rights For The Mentally Disabled, Sheryl Dicker Oct 1981

Guardianship: Overcoming The Last Hurdle To Civil Rights For The Mentally Disabled, Sheryl Dicker

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Sterilization Of The Developmentally Disabled: Shedding Some Myth-Conceptions, Deborah Hardin Ross Oct 1981

Sterilization Of The Developmentally Disabled: Shedding Some Myth-Conceptions, Deborah Hardin Ross

Florida State 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.


Introduction, Symposium On Developmental Disabilities And The Law, L. Lynn Hogue Jan 1981

Introduction, Symposium On Developmental Disabilities And The Law, L. Lynn Hogue

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