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Date: November 27, 2019
The University of Chicago Law Review

This article, written by Bianca Chamusco for The University of Chicago Law Review, seeks to resolve the confusion by defining the scope of standing under the Rehabilitation Act. It does so, first, by engaging with the Rehabilitation Act’s statutory language and Supreme Court precedent interpreting that same language as it arises in different statutory contexts. The article also considers standing under the Rehabilitation Act with an eye toward that Act’s uneasy entanglement with the ADA.

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