Legal systems play a tremendous role in defining, creating, assisting, and sustaining disability. The seminar will be looking at the relationship between law and disability.
Law and Disability is the first of the Center for Cognition and Neuroethics's summer seminar series, "Law and..." In each two day seminar, participants will benefit from intense conversations with a small group of scholars, researchers and practitioners interested in working together and developing their ideas as well as making professional connections. These seminars will be limited to 16 participants. There is no registration fee. CCN will cover meal and housing (in the spacious and comfortable student dorm rooms at University of Michigan-Flint) costs. Participants must cover their own travel costs.