In this course, students gain real-world experience by partnering with a public entity to conduct data privacy & equity risk assessments of and use policies for proposed or existing technologies that meet the definition of surveillance technologies and/or to assist the public entity in implementing and enforcing the use policies developed in prior assessments of existing technologies. This course counts toward the credits needed to satisfy the Experiential Skills requirement.
LAW 822(3 Credit Hours)
LAW 676(2 Credit Hours)Prerequsities: RCC. This course will examine laws prohibiting discrimination against individuals on the basis of disability, with emphasis on Titles I, II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Substantive areas covered include efforts to combat disability discrimination in employment, privately operated places of public accommodation and education as well as with respect to the provision of government benefits and services. Students will explore the ways in which the law has attempted to protect individuals against disability discrimination as well as examine challenges individuals with disabilities continue to face despite existing legal protections. The course serves as an elective course for the Health Law Concentration as well as in the Employment and Labor Law Concentration.