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First Published Saturday, 21 March 2009

Kareem Dale


*Kareem Dale, President Obama’s Special Assistant for Disability Policy, to
Speak at the 2009 Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law Symposium*

Don’t miss this opportunity to voice your concerns to Kareem Dale, Special
Assistant to the President for Disability Policy, at the 2009 Jacobus
tenBroek Disability Law Symposium on April 17th at the National Federation
of the Blind Jernigan Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Dale will speak
on the Obama administration’ s policies on disability issues for
approximately thirty minutes followed by a forty-five minute question and
answer session. In addition to Mr. Dale, the presenters for the 2009
symposium are:

– Maura Healey, Assistant Attorney General and Chief, Office of Civil
Rights, Commonwealth of Massachusetts;
– Amy Robertson and Timothy Fox, Principals, Fox & Robertson, P.C.;
– Gerard Quinn, Professor of Law, National University of Ireland, Galway;
– Katherine Guernsey, International Lawyer and Adjunct Professor,
American University School of International Service;
– Samuel Bagenstos, Visiting Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law
– Christine Griffin, Commissioner, United States Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission; and
– Peter Blanck, University Professor and Chairman, Burton Blatt Institute
at Syracuse University.

Ari Ne’eman, founding president of the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, will
give the luncheon keynote address.

To view the full agenda, register online, or download the registration form
to register by mail or fax, visit the symposium web page at
http://www.nfb. org/nfb/Law_ Symposium. asp. Hotel information may also be
found on the symposium Web page.

The registration fee is $150; students may register for $20. A limited
number of scholarships to cover the registration fee will be available to
individuals with demonstrated financial need. Don’t miss this exciting
opportunity to interact with leading scholars, government officials, and
advocates and to make your voice heard. *The deadline to register is April
10, 2009.*

Symposium attendees will be provided documentation for CLE credit. Individuals
will be responsible for filing the application for CLE credit with their
state board.

The 2009 Jacobus tenBroek Disability Law Symposium is sponsored by the
National Federation of the Blind, the American Bar Association Commission on
Mental and Physical Disability Law, the Maryland Department of Disability,
the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, and the Legal Times.

For additional information about the symposium, contact:

Lou Ann Blake, Law Symposium Coordinator

National Federation of the Blind

Telephone: (410) 659-9314, ext. 2221

E-mail: lblake@nfb.org

Ari Ne’eman
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network
1660 L Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
http://www.autistic advocacy. org

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