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The Boston Schweitzer Fellows Invite You to a Panel Discussion on:
Disability: Rights, Legislation and Services

March 15, 2004

 

For Immediate Release

The Boston Schweitzer Fellows Invite You to a Panel Discussion on:

 
Disability: Rights, Legislation and Services

 
Tuesday, March 23, 2004
 
5:30-7:30pm
 
Austin East, Harvard Law School
 
1563 Massachusetts Avenue
 
*Refreshments will be served*
 
Panelists include:
 
Thomas Hehir
 
Director, School Leadership Program, Harvard Graduate School of Education
 
Former Director, U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs

 
Samuel Bagenstos
Assistant Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
 
Co-counsel in Tennessee v. Lane,Chevron v. Echazabal
 
 
Dale S. Brown
 
Political Activist and Author of Job-Hunting Tips for the So-Called Handicapped or People who have Disabilities
 
 Steve Williams, MD
Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine
 
Chief and Chairman, Ad Interim, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Boston Medical Center
 
 
Directions to Austin East
Harvard Law School is located between Harvard Square and Porter Square, just north of the Harvard University Campus.  Parking is somewhat limited around this area, but there are meters that line Massachusetts Avenue and some side streets.
 
Directions from the T:
 
Red line to Harvard Square. Follow the signs to the Church Street exit.  Exit on to Church Street and turn right as you come out of the T.  Walk North on Mass Ave (north of Harvard Square).  Walk into the Cambridge Common, until you see a large white wooden building with black shutters on your ride hand side called Gannett House (about midway down the common).  Cross the street and walk past Gannett House.  Austin East is located right behind Gannett. It is a very large brick, baroque-style building with arches over its main entranceways.
 

 

 

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