Disability Access in the Courts
This webinar highlights key points about the Americans with Disabilities Act and the statewide protocol for disability access requests in North Carolina’s state courts.
Target AudienceJudicial Branch employees and officials, Disability Access Coordinators, Attorneys, Public
Course DescriptionThis webinar highlights key points about the Americans with Disabilities Act, types of disabilities, cultural competency, equal access, reasonable modifications, sign language interpreters, and the statewide protocol for making and processing disability access requests in North Carolina’s state courts.
PresentersLori Cole, Court Management Specialist & Disability Access Coordinator
Brooke Bogue, Office of Language Access Services (OLAS) Manager
Derek Dittmar, Judicial Fellow
Corrine Lusic, Assistant Legal Counsel
ResourcesMaterials and recording of the live webinar on October 19, 2020, are made available to the public for educational purposes only. Judicial Branch employees who wish to have a record of this training may access the materials and watch the recording through LearningCenter.
General continuing legal education (CLE) credit for the 1 hour live session was approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education. Follow your State Bar requirements to seek Continuing Legal Education (CLE) approval for watching a recorded CLE training activity.