For the second year—in his capacity as an affiliated researcher at aChord-Social Psychology for Social Change—Professor Doron Dorfman has led a study on attitudes toward disability in Israel and the state of disabled Israelis.
Students and faculty at the Innovation Law Center partner across disciplines, helping clients bring next-generation products to market.
Professor Shubha Ghosh’s article “Identifying Technologies for Assisting the Visually-Impaired: Law and Development with a Human Needs Focus” is featured in MCI Law Review (Revue de MCI) 91, the leading legal magazine of Madagascar covering legal, development, and investment issues in the republic.
This article focuses on workplace accommodations, with findings that: “Disabled lawyers, older women lawyers, older racial/ethnic minority lawyers, and LGBQ minority lawyers have relatively low odds of having requests granted. The results highlight the need to consider intersectional identities in the accommodation process.”
Part of a symposium on Urban Cities & Accessibility, Doron Dorfman and Mariela Yabo explore how different US cities enforce disability access laws and the role local government plays in enforcing compliance.