Access Awareness 2018

Join ARCH Disability Law Centre and the Law Society of Ontario for a discussion about privacy rights and disability. Panellists will provide practice tips for lawyers on how to respect the privacy rights of clients and colleagues with disabilities. They will also discuss developments in the case law relating to the privacy rights of people with disabilities, explore the privacy considerations that arise for people with disabilities in particular contexts, and discuss best practices regarding privacy within the employment context.

June 5, 2018
Panel: 4:00-6:00 p.m.*
Reception: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Osgoode Hall, Lamont Learning Centre
130 Queen St. W., Toronto (University Avenue and Queen Street West)

Osgoode Station on the University Subway line is the closest wheelchair accessible subway station.

*This portion of the program is also available as a live webcast. 


  • Mariam Shanouda, Staff Lawyer, ARCH Disability Law Centre
  • Sunil Gurmukh, Counsel, Ontario Human Rights Commission 
  • Maureen Haan, President & CEO of the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work 


This public event is free, but space is limited. For additional information, and to register, please visit: | 416-947-3413 | 1-800-668-7380, ext. 3413

For an optimal level of accessibility, please let us know in advance of any accommodation requirements.

Please refrain: fragranced and scented products may cause health problems for some.

Photographs and video taken at this public program will be used in Law Society and partner organization print and online publications. 

Note: This program will be delivered in English.