Disability Services coordinates with various campus partners to collaboratively support students with disabilities and promote accessible environments at Georgetown Law.
Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS)
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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities, which includes discrimination against pregnant and parenting students. Student requests for pregnancy adjustments should be directed to Mitchell C. Bailin, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students. Disability Services supports the implementation of exam-related pregnancy adjustments (e.g. additional time).
Director of Academic Success
firstname.lastname@example.org | (202) 662-9803
Disability Services partners with Lisa Curtis, Director of Academic Success, to develop student-centered support resources. Disability Services refers students to the Director of Academic Success to discuss strategies for preparing for class, legal analysis, exam writing techniques, and time/information management.
Office of Residence Life
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Disability Services collaborates with the Office of Residence Life to coordinate approved accessibility-related housing accommodations. The Office of Residence Life also assists students with disabilities who may seek housing nearby or in the D.C. metro area.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Disability Services connects students with the CAPS team for guidance in seeking referrals for mental health providers outside of Georgetown. A student with an urgent mental health or psychiatry request can call the Main Campus at (202) 687-6985 to speak with a clinician immediately. This service is also available to students after business hours, on weekends, and holidays.
Office of the Registrar
firstname.lastname@example.org | (202) 662-9220
Disability Services coordinates with the Office of the Registrar to implement accommodations for Legal Practice, Mini Course/Bookend, Finals, and Week 1 exams.
Georgetown Law Library
Disability Services partners with the Law Library to coordinate student use of Private Study Scholar Rooms reserved for students who use voice recognition software or other assistive technology.
Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action (IDEAA)
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IDEAA responds to accommodation requests from applicants and current employees, including staff, AAPs, faculty, and student employees. IDEAA also reviews alleged violations of the University’s Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination in Education Policy.