The material posted on this site has been divided into seven categories. Click on any one of the links below to be directed to educational material relating to the relevant category:
- Legislative Sources
This category includes any material that describes, explains or evaluates current accessibility legislation.
- Case Law
This category includes material describing or critiquing existing judicial decisions on the topic of court accessibility.
- The Case for Reform
This category includes any material that explains the need to promote accessibility in the courts.
- Sample Barriers
This category includes any material demonstrating existing accessibility barriers and the impact they can have on persons with disabilities.
- Practical Suggestions for Barrier Removal
This category contains material which explains various ways in which barriers can be removed, prevented or overcome.
- Barrier Removal In Action
This category includes examples of successful barrier removal, generally in the form of reports concerning the courts of jurisdiction in which accessibility programs have been implemented.
- Lawyers and Clients
This category recognizes that lawyers are often the gatekeepers to the judicial system, and that accessibility barriers may occur in lawyers’ offices, before a client with a disability ever appears in court. As a result, this category includes any material designed to help lawyers remove accessibility barriers in their own practices.