This January, LAAC and Disability Rights California co-hosted a panel discussion by and for legal aid workers with disabilities. The goal of the event was to hold space for legal aid workers with disabilities to share our experiences, information, and personal narratives about being out as disabled in the workplace, and to celebrate our collective brilliance, wisdom, and strength. The event consisted of a panel (recorded) and a Q&A session (not recorded).



Andy Imparato. DRC



Theo Ser-Ramin, LAAC



Eric Harris, DRC

Jora Trang, Worksafe

Vanessa Ochoa, DRC


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Disability Visibility in Legal Aid

January 19, 2022

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