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Dispute Resolution Options for Accommodations in Child Welfare Proceedings

Total Credits: 1.25 CLE

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Juvenile Law
Rose A Daly-Rooney
Original Program Date:
May 13, 2021


Learn about strategies and complaint options for addressing disputes about accommodations, auxiliary aids, and services in child welfare proceedings.  Discover what internal grievance procedures Courts should have in place, how to escalate a complaint to DHS or DOJ, and finally what is involved with filing a lawsuit under the ADA.
Rose Daly-Rooney, Arizona Center for Disability Law



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Legal Director

Arizona Center for Disability Law

Rose Daly-Rooney is the Legal Director at the Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL). Prior to returning to the ACDL in 2015, Rose worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Arizona Attorney General’s Civil Rights Division for nine years. There, she prosecuted state law violations in employment, housing, and public accommodation discrimination laws. Before working for the Attorney General’s Office, Rose worked for the ACDL for 11 years handling employment discrimination cases under the Americans with Disabilities Act on behalf of applicants and employees. Rose has taught Disability Law at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law for over 20 years and Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law for the past three years. Rose graduated from the James E. Rogers College of Law in 1994. She is admitted to practice in the U.S. District of Arizona, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.