November 2015

ACDL’s 20 Year Anniversary Event

ACDL Executive Director J.J. Rico with 20th Anniversary event attendees
On May 15, 2015, the ACDL celebrated its 20th anniversary. It was an empowering evening! We honored a great individual and a law firm, both of whom exemplify ACDL’s vision for the future and are committed to social justice. ACDL’s Vision Award was bestowed upon Judge Randall Howe. Judge Howe exemplifies ACDL’s vision statement that one day we shall live in “A society that […]
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ACDL – 20 Years of Advancing the Disability Rights Movement

Advancing Disability Rights for 20 years and counting...
In 1995, the ACDL became its own stand alone non-profit public interest law firm assisting Arizonans with disabilities in asserting their legal and civil rights. We were formerly one organization, the Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest. For 20 years, the ACDL has strived to reduce systemic barriers for individuals with disabilities and to achieve justice, Some highlights of ACDL’s work in […]
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ACDL Hires New Litigation Director

Rose Daly-Rooney Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to Arizonans who have disabilities
The Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) is proud to announce the hiring of Rose Daly-Rooney as its new litigation director. Rose is the former Tucson Unit Chief for the Civil Rights Division of the Office of the Arizona Attorney General. Since January 2006, she worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Litigation and Conflict Resolution Section of the Civil Rights Division where […]
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