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Students with Disabilities

The law school strives to create an inclusive environment, one that welcomes students of all backgrounds and circumstances. Many students with disabilities seek accommodations so that they may have an equal opportunity to participate in our programs and activities. For students seeking accommodations, please review our accommodations policies and procedures here.

The Career Strategies Office (CSO) on the third floor of the law school building offers a wide variety of resources specifically geared toward law students with disabilities, including internship programs, federal government opportunities, mentorship and networking programs, affinity groups, fellowships, educational resources, and writing competitions.  CSO advisers offer tips and resources to students with disabilities during one-on-one counseling sessions, and they counsel students on how and when to disclose their disability to employers, how and when to request accommodations from employers, interview skills, application materials, and diversity programs, among other things.  Please stop by the CSO for a copy of the Career Guide for Law Students with Disabilities or you can obtain this guide from the CSO’s online Document Library database once you begin classes.