In Civil Rights

DRLC has secured a special education settlement on behalf of a young Victorville man with disabilities who does not speak, and who had never been assessed for assistive technology nor received any meaningful education in two years.

As a result of DRLC’s special education due process case, filed with co-counsel Rios Eubanks LLP, the student will receive a slate of independent assessments, a functional behavior plan, in-home and school-based assistance, as well as substantial compensatory education services including necessary assistive technology. The student’s family has expressed tremendous gratitude for DRLC’s work in helping the student, who lives in an area where services are difficult to obtain.

Read prior case update from March 2022.

Recent Posts
Contact Us

Contact DRLC by email at

Start typing and press Enter to search

DRLC Settles Higher Education Case on Behalf of Graduate Student with Psychiatric Disability. Black text to right of image of tree-lined quad framed by red brick university building with white pillars and portico.$400,000 settlement with major university resolves six-year legal battle for medical student denied accommodations. Design elements: White san serif font, all caps, imposed on a faded image of a tree-lined walkway on a university campus