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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

O'Brien and Bagenstos in the Debate Club

Especially for those who don't follow Sam Bagenstos' disability law blog with sufficient attention, I urge you to check out the instructive dialogue  -- it's not really a debate at all -- over at Legal Affairs' Debate Club between Bagenstos (law, Wash U) and Ruth O'Brien (Gov't, John Jay), another disabilities law expert.

The specific subject is whether the Americans with Disabilities Act is expanding, but they are also discussing more generally the nature of the disabilities rights social movement and its ambivalent relationship to litigation. Very interesting stuff.

Posted by Administrators on February 8, 2006 at 04:14 PM in Law and Politics | Permalink


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