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Civil Rights Deskbook 2017

Date: 11/16/2017

Washington Civil Rights Deskbook
2nd Edition, November 2017
Editor: Nathan Roberts

WSAJ's Washington Civil Rights Deskbook will provide attorneys with any level of experience a valuable tool to consult in all stages of litigation.

The WSAJ Civil Rights Deskbook includes chapters in all areas of civil rights: Discrimination in Public Accommodation, Housing Discrimination, Voting Rights, Education/IDEA Act, Police Misconduct, Prisoners' Rights, 1st Amendment, FOIA/PRA, Immunities, and Attorneys' Fees. All of the authors are experts in their fields and offer valuable insights into this dynamic practice area.


The Civil Rights Deskbook will be sold to WSAJ Plaintiff Members Only - By Ordering this deskbook, you declare that the majority of your law practice is devoted to representing plaintiffs and you will not use the information provided at this CLE to advance the defense of a tort claim nor assist insurance defense in opposing the rights or interests of injured or disabled persons.


 

Deskbook Table of Contents

1. Public Accommodation
    Jennifer Rust Murray and Thaddeus P. Martin

2. Fair Housing
    Jesse A. Wing

3. Overview of Employment Discrimination
    Elizabeth A. Hanley

4. Educational Rights of Children with Disabilities
    Charlotte Cassady

5. Prisoners' Rights
    Edwin S. Budge and Erik J. Heipt

6. Freedom of Speech, Petition, Assembly, Association, Religion, and Anti-Establishment of Religion
    Jesse A. Wing and Angela Galloway

7. Police Misconduct
    Timothy K. Ford

8. The Right to Know: Washington's Public Records Act and Federal Freedom of Information Act
    Katherine George

9. Civil Rights Immunities
    Thomas G. Burke and Chelsy D. Harn

10. Attorney Fees and Costs
    Phil Talmadge and Tom Fitzpatrick

11. Interplay Between § 1983 and Americans with Disabilities Act
    Leonard Feldman and Nathan Roberts