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Disability law is complex and wide-ranging (great if you’re a disability lawyer, frustrating otherwise!). The following organizations, however, which may deal with disability employment law, disability discrimination law, disability rights, short term disability law, and state disability laws, among others, can help you get started.

Able to Choose
Able to Choose is dedicated to promoting awareness about the disability community and pushing for equal opportunities and accessibility for all people with disabilities.

ADAPT is a national grassroots organizations that works tirelessly to protect and push for the civil and human rights of all people with disabilities.
ADAWatch is a project of the National Coalition of Disability Rights (NCDR).

American Association of People with Disabilities
An organization open to all disabilities. Programs include internships, awareness, resources and more.

American Bar Association Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law
The Commission's mission is "to promote the ABA's commitment to justice and the rule of law for persons with mental, physical, and sensory disabilities and to promote their full and equal participation in the legal profession."

National Disability Rights Network
NDRN is dedicated to protecting and advocating for the rights of people with disabilites.

Native American Disability Law Center
The Native American Disability Law center is an advocate for Native Americans with disabilities' legal rights.

World Institute on Disability
WID is a public policy center for people with disabilities.


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