Disability Law Society

William Gibbs on Concussions in Sports

Date: 
01.30.2014
Location: 
Room IV
Contact info (email or phone): 

brianahn@uchicago.edu

William Gibbs, an attorney at Corboy & Demetrio, will give a talk about the legal issues surrounding concussions in sports. Mr. Gibbs currently represents numerous retired NFL players and the Estate of former Chicago Bear Dave Duerson against the NFL in litigation stemming from concussions and CTE suffered by Duerson.

Disability Law Society & American Constitution Society present "Post-Newtown Legal Reforms: A Panel Discussion"

This discussion, sponsored by ACS and the Disability Law Society, was held on February 12, 2013.

Speakers included:


58:13 minutes (53.3 MB)

Disability Law Society presents "The Social and Legal Ramifications of the Rise of Autism Spectrum Disorder"

This discussion, featuring Clinical Professor of Law Herschella Conyers, Brooke Whitted (Whitted, Cleary, and Takiff, LLC), and Lam Ho (Equip for Equality) was recorded on October 12, 2012 and sponsored by the


53:10 minutes (48.68 MB)

Disability Law Society presents Pre-Release Screening of "King's Park: Stories from an American Mental Institution" (with the film's director, Lucy Winer)

Date: 
04.17.2012
Location: 
Law School Auditorium

Lucy Winer's film, ""King's Park: Stories from an American Mental Institution," explores the director's own struggles with schizophrenia and her life in a New York state mental hospital during the 1960s.  Lucy Winer will be on hand to discuss her film.  For more information, please visit the film's website: http://king

"Clinics In Action: The Mental Health Advocacy Project Challenges Illinois' Decision to Close Three State Hospitals"

Illinois operates nine inpatient psychiatric facilities housing approximately 1300 persons.  Faced with a substantial budget deficit, on September 8, 2011, the State announced its intention to close three of these facilities.  The State has also announced that it does not intend to fund alternative services in the community.  Because inpatient care is generally brief,


59:05 minutes (54.09 MB)
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