Law & Disability Conference

A Free Virtual Event Law & Disability Conferencepdf

Please join us for this FREE virtual half-day event focusing on current legal issues relevant to New Jerseyans with disabilities. This popular and informative forum is open to the public, including people with disabilities, family members, caregivers, service professionals and advocates.

The Conference will feature a plenary session and three concurrent breakout sessions.

For more information about the program Agenda and the speakers, please click here.

The Zoom links to all sessions will be provided one week before the event.  

If you have any questions, contact Mary Jean Barnes at mjbarnes@njsbf.org We look forward to seeing you at the Conference!

Contact Information
  1. Mary Jean Barnes
  2. mjbarnes@njsbf.org
Wed, May 05
9:30 am — 1:00 pm
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A Free Virtual Event Law & Disability Conference

Please join us for this FREE virtual half-day event focusing on current legal issues relevant to New Jerseyans with disabilities. This popular and informative forum is open to the public, including people with disabilities, family members, caregivers, service professionals and advocates.

The Conference will feature a plenary session and ...

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