Recent examples of our amicus work include:
- M.W. v. Army (9th Circuit Court of Appeals): In support of children with diabetes and the American Diabetes Association alleging that the Army excludes children with diabetes from its childcare programs and emphasizing the right of the Association to sue on behalf of its members.
- Brown v. D.C. (D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals): In support of people with physical disabilities seeking transition services from institutional to community-based living in D.C.
- In the Matter of Lacee L. (New York Court of Appeals): In support of a mother with intellectual disability whose children were removed from her care, arguing that parental rights proceedings must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
More information on our amicus work can be found here.