Working from home before it was cool…

Working from home has been a reasonable accommodation for some people with disabilities. Now that the coronavirus makes working from home a best practice, employers that gave these accommodations find they are better prepared. Read more... https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/disabled-people-have-worked-remotely-for-years-and-theyve-got-advice-for-you-and-your-bosses-/2020/03/17/f99dfd54-67d1-11ea-b313-df458622c2cc_story.html

The Peacock That Roared…

In addition to speaking last year at our annual event, Carolyn Ladd wrote an article for us and the KCBA. It can be found at: https://www.kcba.org/For-Lawyers/Bar-Bulletin/PostId/1053/what-qualifies-as-a-service-animal It's also reproduced with pemission below: THE PEACOCK THAT ROARED:  WHAT QUALIFIES AS A SERVICE ANIMAL?             In January 2018, a passenger tried to board a United Airlines flight …

Joint mentoring

--------------------Joint MBA Mentorship Program------------------------ Come join us on March 3, 2020 at 6pm at Foster Garvey for the Joint MBA 2020 Mentorship Kick-Off Event!   Pre-registration required. Generously sponsored by: The Opportunity and Progress Council, Foster Garvey’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative Hosted by: South Asian Bar Association of Washington (SABAW) In partnership with: Middle Eastern Legal Association of Washington (MELAW),Washington Attorneys with Disabilities Association …

The 3rd Annual Washington Attorney with Disabilities Association and Washington State Bar Association Reception

Enabling People to Be Their Best Please Join Us for the 3rd Annual Washington Attorney with Disabilities Association and Washington State Bar Association Reception (CLE credit pending) Thursday, October 24 at 5 PM Register at: https://forms.gle/CvsYnPcsbX6XrpAh6 Opening Remarks: Jonathan Ko, President Washington Attorney with Disabilities Association and Washington State Bar Association Welcome (5:00 to 5:05) …