About the
School
Admissions &
Financial Aid
AcademicsFacultyClinicsPublic
Service
StudentsCareer
Development
News & EventsAlumni
& Giving
Make a Gift
Students

Disability Accommodations

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Law School provides reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities. Accommodations include wheelchair-accessible classroom seating, special parking, special equipment, and modification of examination conditions. If you have a disability and wish to request an accommodation, please complete the Request for Disability Accommodation form, attach the appropriate documentation, and mail or deliver it to Dean Rothman or to Rebecca Siroky in Room 170.

To insure a response prior to the start of orientation, requests for wheelchair-accessible classroom seating, special parking, or other accommodations necessary for access to the building or class attendance should be submitted (with appropriate documentation) NO LATER THAN AUGUST 10. To insure a timely response, requests for accommodations regarding fall examinations should be submitted no later than OCTOBER 15, and for spring examinations no later than MARCH 15. Disabilities arising after those deadlines should be brought to Dean Rothman’s attention promptly and will be dealt with as expeditiously as possible.

However, temporary illnesses, injuries, or family deaths during the reading or examination periods affecting your ability to take a scheduled examination should be brought immediately to Dean Rothman’s attention (353-5671, Room 176, 1st floor), NOT to Dean Chen and NOT to your instructor.

Questions concerning these matters may be addressed to Dean Rothman. You may also contact Gregory Moorehead, the University Director of the Office of Disability Services, at 732-932-8266, The Kreeger Learning Center, Suite 123, 151 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, or visit the Kreeger Office of Disability Services website by clicking here, if you have any questions or concerns regarding compliance with applicable federal and state laws.

All conversations and documentation about such requests are confidential; no information about any such request will be released to others without your consent. Signing the Request form, however, is consent to having Dean Rothman contact the relevant professionals about your evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment.