Digital accessibility is a civil right of people with disabilities. And digital accessibility is global, with laws and policies advancing digital inclusion of disabled people in countries around the world.
Lainey Feingold speaks and writes about developments in the digital accessibility legal space. Her writing on this website is designed for non-lawyers (as well as lawyers), including people in the overlapping disability and digital accessibility communities.
Visit these pages:
- The United States Legal Updates page has short summaries with links to full articles about laws, regulations, court opinions and more impacting digital accessibility civil rights in the United States.
- The Digital Accessibility Global Law and Policy Page lists digital accessibility laws, policies, and related resources from around the world.
- The Settlements page lists digital accessibility agreements that Lainey has worked on with links to the full settlements. For more than a quarter century Lainey has used the law to advance digital accessibility through the collaborative problem solving strategy known as Structured Negotiation that resulted in these agreements.
- The Structured Negotiation Achievements by Others Topics page includes links to articles celebrating Structured Negotiation achievements by other lawyers and clients. I welcome additions to this page.