Mary Crossley Speaks To Bloomberg BNA Health Law Reporter On ADA Case

Pitt Law Professor Mary Crossley told Bloomberg BNA's Health Law Reporter that Physical accessibility to health-care providers' offices is “a real problem,” despite the number of years that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been in effect to require barrier-free access to places of public accommodation.

In the April 23 article "Wheelchair User's Case Against Doctor May Boost Litigation Over Barriers to Access," Crossley offered expert commentary on patients rights with regards to the Americans with Disabilities Act and the pending case Ass'n for Disabled Americans, Inc. v. Reinfeld Anderson Family, Ltd.

In 2013 Crossley was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law Scholar in Residence, and she is currently serving as a Faculty Mentor for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Public Health Law Education Faculty Fellowship Program. Read more in the Bloomberg BNA Health Law Reporter.

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