The Law, Disability & Social Change Project team undertakes a variety of research projects that seek to feed grounded theory into the development of policy.

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1) Combating Disability Discrimination by Regulation – Research Study

In an era where  the development of accessibility standards legislation is becoming more widespread,  this study aims to  examine,  explain and reflect on the law and the complexities of the processes used. This study will benefit the people with disabilities, the public, community leaders in the disability community, scholars of law and public administration, and government public policy makers in the creation of future regulatory regimes premised on the theory of deliberative democracy.

2) The Interplay Between Human Rights and Accessibility Laws: Lessons Learned and Considerations for the Planned Federal Accessibility Legislation

3) Building the Relational Ethics of Health for Adults with Disabilities using the Lynchpin of Capacity Hearings