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Disability Law Intensive

ARCH continues its innovative partnership with Osgoode Hall Law School at York University called the Disability Law Intensive. The purpose of this program is to introduce second and third year law students to the complex issues faced by persons with disabilities and to help them learn the most effective ways of delivering legal services to our communities, through law reform and policy work, and direct client centered work. This program is the first of its kind in Canada. Now in its sixth year, twelve students were selected to participate in the 2018-19 Disability Law Intensive at ARCH.

A photo - ARCH Executive Director Robert Lattanzio with Disability Law Intensive students 
Cameron MacInnis  and Christopher McGoey in front of the building in the Parliament Hill
ARCH Executive Director Robert Lattanzio with Disability Law Intensive students
Cameron MacInnis and Christopher McGoey, 2018.
Dianne Wintermute and Kerri Joffe with Disability Law Intensive students Christina Faith Cameletti and Kirsten Cirella at the Supreme Court of Canada, 2017.
Dianne Wintermute and Kerri Joffe with Disability Law Intensive students Christina Faith Cameletti and Kirsten Cirella at the Supreme Court of Canada, 2017.

Photos from Disability Law Intensive Get-Together event, 2017



Last Modified: February 13, 2019

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