It will be cold, but it will be fun! From February 7 – February 10 Lainey Feingold will be speaking at several events in Toronto and Windsor Canada about her book Structured Negotiation a Winning Alternative to Lawsuits and about the state of digital accessibility law and advocacy in the United States.
For a list of all of Lainey’s upcoming speaking events (including a free MCLE wine and cheese book talk in San Francisco on January 24, visit the Speaking Page of this website.
Windsor and Toronto events
- February 7, 2017 in Windsor, Ontario Canada: Talk about Structured Negotiation and US Digital Law and Policy from 10:30 – 12:30 at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, Farmer Conference Room. Lainey’s visit to the campus is sponsored by the Windsor Disability Law Student Society, the project on Law, Disability, and Social Change, and Dr. Laverne Jacobs.
- February 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada, 8:00 a.m. : Guest speaker at the Advocates’ Society breakfast. The society is “the premier provider of advocacy skills training across Canada,” and the event will take place at The Advocates’ Society Education Centre 2700 – 250 Yonge Street, Toronto. More information about the Advocates’ Society Breakfast, including link to registration.
- February 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada, noon Talk at the ARCH Disability Law Centre about Lainey’s Structured Negotiation book and the current state of digital accessibility law in the United States.
- February 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada, 7 – 9 p.m.: Guest speaker at the Accessibility Toronto MeetUp (#A11yTO), a community of digital accessibility and inclusive design professionals. The event will be held in room 230 at 100 McCaul St, Toronto M5T 1W1 and is jointly presented with the Inclusive Design Research Centre of the The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U).
- February 10, 2017 in Toronto: Several presentations for students and faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School. Questions about Lainey’s events at Osgoode Hall can be directed to Martha E. Simmons, Director, Mediation Clinical Program.
Lainey’s entire trip to Canada was conceived and organized by David Lepofsky, a Canadian lawyer, disability rights activist, and friend who took time off from his tireless advocacy efforts to support Structured Negotiation. David is a Visiting Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and chair of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance. Follow David on Twitter to learn more about disability rights advocacy in Canada.
Thanks also to each organization hosting events, and especially to Osgoode Hall Law School for sponsoring the trip, and to Laverne Jacobs of Windsor Law School and the school’s Disability Law Student Society for supporting the Windsor part of the trip.