This guide contains selected resources to help start your research on topics related to disability law.
Get started with these books aimed at law school students.
Dig deeper with these treatises on disability law.
To find articles written on disability law topics visit:
There are several journals both historical and current which focus exclusively on disability law. Check the publication dates provided to see if they are publishing new issues.
The following databases contain working papers and pre-publication scholarship.
Bloomberg Law provides a landing page providing easy access to disability law sources on employment.
Research guides provide background information on a topic, as well as links to evaluated resources. They are an excellent starting place for a researcher exploring a new area.
The Guide to Disability Rights Laws from the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division. It provides an overview of federal laws that apply to individuals with disabilities. Included are brief summaries, citations to laws and regulations and contact information for enforcing agencies. It was last updated in 2020.
Try the following databases to search the text of bills to identify pending legislation. Advocacy groups and Agency websites can be another source for information about pending legislation.
Selected regulations on disability rights.
The following reporters contain selected U.S. cases on disability law.
These government websites contain useful information about disability law topics.
These guides provide a background information and evaluated resources on international and comparative disability law.
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